Canada picks up a point in Ukraine

Canada concluded a positive men’s national camp in Kyiv, Ukraine with a 2:2 draw against Ukraine. Canada was disappointed to give away a 2-0 lead, but was overall pleased with the team’s performance throughout the week and in the international match.

Canada concluded a positive men’s national camp in Kyiv, Ukraine with a 2:2 draw against Ukraine. Canada was disappointed to give away a 2-0 lead, but was overall pleased with the team’s performance throughout the week and in the international match.



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“We are disappointed to lose a 2-0 lead,” said coach Stephen Hart. “Our lack of experience and composure showed.”



Simeon Jackson and Atiba Hutchinson both scored for Canada in the first half. Unfortunately, it was a match of two halves after Ukraine brought in five new players for the second half. Down 0-2, the strong Ukraine side fought its way back to draw even with Canada.



As part of the match ceremony, Andriy Shevchenko was celebrated for making his 100th appearance with Ukraine’s national team. As for Canada, Hutchinson reached a milestone in making his 50th appearance. Substitute Marcus Haber made his first appearance.

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