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Panama faces crucial test against Canada

LA PRENSA/Bienvenido Velasco
La selección de Panamá buscará recuperar el primer lugar en su grupo.


Anticipation is building for tonight's crucial World Cup qualifying game between Panama and Canada.
 
The game will start at 8 p.m. in Rommel Fernandez Stadium.
 
The enthusiasm among Panama's fans is seen in the streets of the city. Despite the suspension of service of the water treatment plant in Chilibre, a large number of citizens were dressed in red to support the home team.
 
At noon, food stands had already opened around the stadium, as well as people selling Panama flags and shirts.
 
Panama Archbishop José Domingo Ulloa spoke about the importance of the game, saying the team will help the country overcome its differences.
 
Police asked people attending the game to be well behaved. An estimated 350 officers will be on duty.
 
The doors of the stadium opened at 4 p.m.

MÁS NOTICIAS EN Deportes


George Gustav
Hace 2 aos

Seguro otro papelon por falta de disciplina y de compromiso. Asi vienen desde 1988 haciendo lo mismo.

Alienus
Hace 2 aos

a quien le importa este partido, de todos modos panamá no se va a clasificar al mundial. Son todos burros.
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