Canucks in Qatar - Episode 6: Fearless Canada deserved more against Belgium 🎧
'Canucks in Qatar' is a soccer podcast from theScore, tracking Canada's men's national team as it returns to the World Cup for the first time since 1986. From exclusive interviews to in-depth match previews and analysis, our hosts will explore John Herdman's charges from every angle before, during, and after this winter's tournament. Led by superstar Alphonso Davies and a collection of burgeoning young players, Canada's men's team is enjoying a meteoric rise. The World Cup is only the beginning.
Fearless. Tenacious. Ferocious. Canada, playing its first men's World Cup match in 36 years, pushed Belgium to the brink. The only thing missing was the finish. Despite creating more shots, more chances, and earning rave reviews for a relentless performance, Canada fell 1-0 in its Group F opener. But the final score doesn't tell the whole story. Not by a long shot. Canada deserved better. Episode 6 dissects the gut-wrenching defeat from every angle, breaking down the tactics, standout individual performances, and puzzling officiating. John Herdman knew his team belonged at the top table of men's soccer upon arriving in Qatar. Now the entire world knows.
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