10/09/2012 - Panama’s National Football Team finished this morning its training at the Rommel Fernández Stadium in Panama City, for the game of this Tuesday, Sept. 11 against Canada, as part of the qualifiers for 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
The training was held behind closed doors; however, Panamanian players talked with the media after the practices.
Felipe Baloy, defense and captain of the team said the key element will be to remain focused during all the game.
On the other hand, Gabriel Gómez said they must be efficient and must not waste any opportunity. In addition, they must move and attack over the sides.
Panamanians believe Canada will play defensively looking for a tie.
Last Friday both teams played in Toronto, and the locals won 1-0.
Canada is leading its group with seven points, followed by Panama with six, Honduras with four, and Cuba without any.
Canada has scheduled to practice at Rommel Fernández Stadium in the afternoon.
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