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Sextet advance in Concacaf on tense final matchday

Panama and Canada advanced in some style with strong wins over Dominican Republic and Suriname respectively to progress at the expense of their opponents. Canucks’ forward Jonathan David was arguably the biggest performer of the matchday as his second-half hat-trick sealed victory.

El Salvador outlasted Antigua and Barbuda 3-0 in another top-of-the-table meeting, while a third nation hopeful of snatching progression – Montserrat – saw their Qatar 2022 campaign ended.

There was far more tension in Port Au Prince, where Haiti managed to hold off a Nicaragua side who needed a win to progress. A lone strike from Derrick Etienne proved the difference as the 1974 World Cup finalists won through.

Trinidad and Tobago finished on a high with a 2-0 win over St. Kitts and Nevis. Despite the defeat, the Sugar Boyz had already sealed a surprise ticket to the next round with a match to spare.

Finally to Willemstad in Curacao, where the home team edged through at the expense of a hugely unlucky Guatemala. The pair played out a tense scoreless draw as the Central Americans missed out by virtue of having scored fewer goals.

Sourced from FIFA

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