The Panamanian coach, the Danish Thomas Christiansen, made it clear that this match against Anguilla will be faced with “respect for the rival” and with enough “responsibility” to take the victory, at the Rod Carew National Stadium.

“You have to respect Anguilla, but you also have to go with everything for the game,” said the Danish Hispanic coach of the Central American red in his last appearance before the press.

This will be the first match in the history of the World Cup qualifiers between Anguilla and Panama.

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