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History has been made.

On Sunday, Canada's men's national team clinched their spot for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar with a memorable 4-0 victory over Jamaica at BMO Field in Toronto, Ontario.

Canada opened the scoring early in the 13th minute, as Cyle Larin slotted home his 24th international goal for the 1-0 lead.

Right before the break, Canada doubled their lead through Tajon Buchanan, who smashed in a cross from Jonathan David to make it 2-0.

Fast forward to the 83rd minute, Junior Hoilett would make it 3-0 with a tidy finish inside the box.

Canada would add a fourth in the 89th minute through a Jamaica own goal from defender Adrian Mariappa off a ball into the box from former 'Cap Sam Adekugbe.

Canada would end the match with a 4-0 win, securing their first FIFA World Cup berth since 1986 and sending the BMO Field crowd into raptures.

'Caps forward Lucas Cavallini played 28 minutes as a substitute for Canada, while wingback Javain Brown started the match for Jamaica and played 45 minutes.

Canada will now wrap up their World Cup Qualifying campaign this Wednesday, March 30 against Panama at the Estadio Rommel FernΓ‘ndez in Panama City, Panama, with kick-off set for 6:05 p.m. PT. You can catch the match live on OneSoccer and Sportsnet.