Canada's men's national team defeated Haiti 1-0 in Port-au-Prince in the first leg of their World Cup qualifier round two series on Saturday. With a win or a draw in the second leg on Tuesday, Canada will advance to the final stage of World Cup qualifying for the first time since 1996-97.
In a cagey match, the winning moment came in the first half as Cyle Larin tucked home a cross from Jonathan Osorio.
Whitecaps FC striker
subbed on in the second half, as did
Whitecaps FC BMO Academy graduate
Sam Adekugbe and former 'Caps centre back Doneil Henry. Fellow academy grad Alphonso Davies started the match.
The second leg will be played in Bridgeview, Illinois on Tuesday. Kickoff will be at at 6 p.m. PT, live on