World Cup Daily: Canada leaves Qatar with reflections on what could have been

After each matchday of the 2022 FIFA World Cup, Sportsnet.ca’s World Cup Daily blog will recap the day’s events and look ahead to the next day’s slate of games.              Here’s what happened on Thursday in Qatar, in case you missed it…              THE RESULTS              Canada 1, Morocco 2 in Doha: Match…

Stephanie Fraparte made history as the first female World Cup referee

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Borjan, Vitoria struggle in the first half with Canada ahead of Morocco

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Canada has announced the starting XI for their final World Cup match against Morocco

For its 2022 World Cup final, Canada’s men’s national team made a few changes to its starting XI against Morocco on Thursday. Left back Sam Adekogbi, midfielders Mark Anthony Kaye and Jonathan Osorio, and forward Junior Hallett will all start after starting Canada’s game on the bench against Croatia. Captain Atiba Hutchinson, winger Richie Laria…