WATCH: World Cup opponent Canada puts Qatar aside with two Belgian-tinted goals

Canada, an opponent of the Red Devils in the group stage at the upcoming World Cup, defeated World Cup organizer Qatar 2-0 in a practice match. Both goals had a Belgian touch.

After just 13 minutes, the final score was already on the scoreboard in the Generali Arena in the Austrian capital Vienna.

Club Brugge striker Cyle Larin opened the score after 4 minutes. He could head in freestanding.

After 13 minutes Jonathan David, ex-AA Gent, was able to double. Lille’s dribbling ass was in the right place to push in the 2-0.

Canada qualified for the World Cup for the first time since 1986. In Qatar, the Red Devils open against the Canadians on Wednesday 23 November.

Morocco is the second opponent on Sunday 27 November. In their last group match, the Belgians will play Croatia on Thursday, December 1.

Source: Sporza

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