Canadian men blank Curacao in 1st outing since World Cup in Qatar

The Canadian men's soccer team kicked off their first international outing since the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar with a convincing 3-0 victory over Curacao on Tuesday.

Led by their captain, Alphonso Davies, the team dominated the match from start to finish, with Jonathan David, Junior Hoilett and Lucas Cavallini all finding the back of the net.

The Canadians had the majority of possession throughout the match and were able to create numerous chances in the attacking third, with David and Cavallini both scoring in the first half.

Hoilett added the final goal of the match in the second half, as the Canadians continued to dominate the Curacao defence.

The victory is a positive sign for the Canadian team, who have been preparing for their first World Cup appearance since 1986.

The Canadians have been impressive in their recent matches, having gone undefeated in their last five matches.

They now turn their attentions to their next match against Haiti on Thursday, as they look to continue their winning streak and build momentum heading into the World Cup.

With the Canadians firing on all cylinders, they will be confident of a strong showing in Qatar in 2022.