Canada will look to regroup against Guadeloupe in Tampa

Canada will need to make the most of its two remaining Group C matches at the CONCACAF Gold Cup if they are to make it to the knockout stages. After the dust settled on day one of Group C action Canada find themselves sitting at the bottom of the table by virtue of goal difference.

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Canada will need to make the most of its two remaining Group C matches at the CONCACAF Gold Cup if they are to make it to the knockout stages.



After the dust settled on day one of Group C action Canada find themselves sitting at the bottom of the table by virtue of goal difference.



The Canadians dropped a hard-fought match 2-0 to the USA in the second match of a double-header at Ford Field in Detroit.



Panama held off a late comeback from Guadeloupe to win the opening match of the evening 3-2.



After the match Stephen Hart stated that he was not surprised by the early pressure from the Americans, but that he expected more from his team in response to giving away the opening goal.



“They came out early and tried to press us for the early goal, and they got it,” he said.



“Once we went behind we took too long to settle down, but congratulations to the USA.”



Canada will need to rebound with a strong performance against Guadeloupe on Saturday in Tampa Bay, FL if they are to head into the final match of Group C competition with their fate in their own hands.



All of the teams in the group will travel to Tampa from Detroit tomorrow.








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