Canada vs. Mexico live score, updates, highlights from CONCACAF World Cup qualifier

Canada vs. Mexico live score, updates, highlights from CONCACAF World Cup qualifier

This is exactly how Canada drew it up: A home game against regional power Mexico in frigid conditions in Edmonton with a chance to go top of CONCACAF qualifying with a victory in front of more than 50,000 fans.

It’s the perfect moment for the Canadian men’s national team to make a statement not only that it has arrived as a force on the CONCACAF scene, but also that a World Cup berth is no longer a dream, but a goal within reach.

Canada is the last remaining undefeated team in regional qualifying, and it’s coming off a 1-0 home win against Costa Rica last week. Meanwhile, Mexico suffered its first loss of the campaign to archrival USA. Another loss will pile the pressure on manager Gerardo “Tata” Martino.

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Sporting News will follow the Canada vs. Mexico match live and provide score updates, commentary and highlights as they happen.

Canada vs. Mexico live score

  1H 2H Final
Canada 1 1
Mexico 0 1

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Goals:
CAN — Cyle Larin — 47th min.
CAN — Cyle Larin (Stephen Eustaquio) — 52nd min.
MEX — Hector Herrera (Tecatito Corona) — 91st min.

(All times Eastern)

93rd min.: Goal line clearance! Mexico thought it scored a second, but it’s impossible to tell if the ball crossed the line.

91st min.: Goal Mexico! Tecatito Corona with the cross and Hector Herrera with the header on the run and Mexico have reduced the deficit.

87th min.: SUB – Jonathan Osorio on for Alphonso Davies to help close out the game.

76th min.: Raul Jimenez tries a shot from distance, but it’s high. Desperation time for Mexico. The attacking ideas aren’t clear.

74th min.: SUB – Surprise move by Mexico to remove Edson Alvarez and bring on Andres Guardado for the final 15 minutes.

72nd min.: SUB – Jonathan David comes in for Cyle Larin. Like-for-like substitution.

66th min.: Another mirror play to the previous one. Cross into Piojo Alvarado and it’s a flick touch that amounts to nothing.

63rd min.: Penalty shout for Canada! Richie Laryea goes down on the challenge from Jorge Sanchez and it looked like a penalty, but the referee wasn’t interested.

59th min.: SUBS – Mexico needs ideas and Sebastian Cordova comes in for Orbelin Pineda.

58th min.: Mexico chance. Tecatito floats a ball toward Piojo Alvarado, who tries the cheeky flick and it’s an easy stop for Milan Borjan.

52nd min.: Goal Canada! Cyle Larin is wide open on a set piece into the box by Stephen Eustaquio. He just touches it past Memo Ochoa. It’s 2-0 Canada!

50th min.: What a chance for Canada! It was Tajon Buchanan and Alphonso Davies on a 2-on-1 break, but Buchanan misplaced his pass to Davies and the chance goes to waste.

46th min.: Second half is underway with two changes for Mexico, and they’re aggressive: Piojo Alvarado and Tecatito Corona on for Chucky Lozano and Cata Dominguez. So a defender comes off as Mexico chases the result.

Halftime: Canada 1, Mexico 0

46th min.: Goal Canada! Just before the halftime it’s Cyle Larin who scores. Alistair Johnston wins the ball, fires on goal and Larin is there to clean up the rebound.

43rd min.: While Alphonso Davies has been quiet, Tajon Buchanan has another go at goal, but it’s off target.

38th min.: SUB – Wow. Canada coach John Herdman wasn’t taking any chances. With Doneil Henry carrying a yellow card, he replaced him with veteran center back Steven Vitoria.

37th min.: Canada’s Tajon Buchanan finally gets a chance to run at the defense and his shot is blocked by Cata Dominguez for a corner.

36th min.: Mexico’s five-man back line is proving helpful at containing the wide runs that make the Canadian so dangerous.

27th min.: Canada goalkeeper Milan Borjan gobbles up a Jesus Gallardo chip cross from the left.

24th min.: Alistair Johnston finds Cyle Larin in the box and he gets a low shot off, but it’s an easy stop for goalkeeper Memo Ochoa. Canada growing into this game.

23rd min.: Canada float a ball into the Mexico box looking to take advantage of a lucky bounce on the frozen astroturf.

14th min.: Chucky Lozano gets a yellow himself for a reckless tackle on Stephen Eustaquio. That’s a yellow already for each side and Lozano will miss the next Mexico match.

12th min.: Yellow card for Doneil Henry who holds back Hector Herrera and prevents a promising attack. Textbook yellow.

5th min.: Measured start to this one by both teams. No one wants to make the early mistake. Mexico wants to go vertical quickly.

1st min.: What a midair collision between Doneil Henry, who clatters into Hirving “Chucky” Lozano.

1st min.: We’re off.

9:07 p.m.: Canada fans won’t be forgetting this night:

8:49 p.m.: In case you hadn’t heard, this match is going down as the “Iceteca,” which is pretty creative:

How to watch Canada vs. Mexico in USA

  • Date: Tuesday, Nov. 16
  • Time: 9 p.m. ET
  • TV: Telemundo
  • Streaming: fuboTV, Paramount+

The Canada vs. Mexico World Cup qualifier from Edmonton’s Commonwealth Stadium will be broadcast on Telemundo (Spanish) and streamed on fuboTV, which is available to new users on a free 7-day trial.

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