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Canada blanked the Dominican Republic 10-0 in their opening match of the CONCACAF U17 Women’s Championships to move to the top of Group F on goal difference over Jamaica on Sunday.
In the match played at the Estadio Olimpico Felix Sanchez in Santo Domingo, Canada Rosa Maalouf scored in the 39th, 43rd, 46th and 57th minutes while Renee Watson (67’, 69’) and Amanda Allen (85’, 89’) each had braces in the rout.
Anna Hauer added a goal in stoppage time on top of an own goal from Adriana Adames in the 25th minute.
The win saw Canada take the lead over Jamaica which earlier won 7-0 over Bermuda.
Meanwhile, in an all-Caribbean affair, Haiti beat Cuba 2-0.
Chritlove Caramus gave the Haitians a 1-0 lead in the 34’ before Walandjina Cyriaque doubled the scoreline, 2-0, in the 43rd to secure the victory.

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Jamaica clinched a spot in the Round of 16 of the 2022 Concacaf Women’s Under-17 Championship on Tuesday with a 3-1 win over hosts Dominican Republic at the Estadio Olimpico Felix Sanchez in Santo Domingo.
The home side jumped out to an early 1-0 lead in the third minute through Maria Torreira but the young Reggae Girlz would pull level in the 30th minute thanks to a goal from Tiny Seaton.
Things stayed tight going into the second half, but in the final 20 minutes, Jamaica would pull away.
Dannique Wilson scored the go-ahead goal in the 70th minute and then Natoya Atkinson added an insurance goal in stoppage time to round out the 3-1 score line.
Jamaica now sits second in Group F behind Canada who beat Bermuda 5-0 earlier on Tuesday.
Both teams have six points from two games and face off on Thursday to determine who will advance as winners of Group F.
The Concacaf Women’s Championship features 20 teams, 16 divided into four groups of four plus four teams that have already advanced to the Round of 16 through pre-tournament qualifying.
The top three teams from each group will join the four teams that have already advanced via the pre-tournament qualifying in the Round of 16 where, from there, it will be a knockout bracket to the tournament final.
The top three teams at the end of the championship will qualify for the 2022 FIFA Under-17 Women’s World Cup which will run from October 11-30 in India.
Phil Foden has warned Manchester City they must “take more chances” following their epic Champions League semi-final first leg against Real Madrid.
The England international was on target during a thrilling showdown at the Etihad Stadium, in which Pep Guardiola’s side established a narrow 4-3 advantage.
City travel to Madrid for next week’s second leg knowing they will progress to a second successive final if they maintain that slight edge, having lost 1-0 to Chelsea in last year’s showpiece.
The margin of victory could have been greater but for wasteful finishing. Indeed, the hosts registered 16 shots on goal, with only six hitting the target.
And Foden knows he and his team-mates must demonstrate more of a clinical edge on the big occasions.
“For the fans watching, it was obviously a great game of football,” he told BT Sport.
“We are playing a side that have won the Champions League many times and if we give the ball away, they are going to punish us. 
“It is something we need to work on in the second leg. The tie is still on.
“It was a great game; end to end. We started really well and could have killed them off. In these games, we need to take more chances.”
Despite only holding a single-goal advantage, Guardiola was delighted with the performance of his side and is confident they can finish the job at Santiago Bernabeu.
“We played a fantastic game against an incredible team,” the head coach added.
“All around the world and for Manchester City, we are so proud. But it is about reaching the final and sometimes, football happens. 
“We go to Madrid to try to win the game. Both teams want to attack and have the quality to play. 
“Congratulations to Carlo and his team as they are so good. At the same time, we saw ourselves that we can be there.”
Manchester City have the advantage in the Champions League semi-finals after edging out Real Madrid 4-3 in a thrilling first leg at the Etihad Stadium.
Pep Guardiola’s side made a stunning start, striking twice in the opening 11 minutes through Kevin De Bruyne and Gabriel Jesus.
The recently crowned LaLiga champions responded with Karim Benzema and Vinicius Junior sandwiching Phil Foden’s header.
The hosts hit back through Bernardo Silva’s stellar strike, but Benzema’s nonchalant late penalty cut the gap to a single goal ahead of the second leg at the Santiago Bernabeu next Wednesday.
City made a flying start and took the lead courtesy of the quickest goal scored in a Champions League semi-final.
Indeed, just 94 seconds were on the clock when De Bruyne – the hero against Atletico Madrid in the quarter-finals – headed home from Riyad Mahrez’s delicious cross.
De Bruyne turned provider as the hosts doubled their advantage nine minutes later; his cross ricocheting kindly for Jesus to tuck away.
Mahrez and Phil Foden squandered chances to widen the margin before Madrid pulled one back as Benzema brilliantly volleyed home from Ferland Mendy’s centre.
City regained their two-goal buffer within eight minutes of the restart, Foden ghosting in to head home Fernandinho’s cross.
Madrid responded almost immediately as Vinicius raced down the left flank from inside his own half, before slotting past Ederson.
City regained control in the 73rd minute. Referee Istvan Kovacs played a brilliant advantage after Oleksandr Zinchenko was felled by Toni Kroos, enabling Silva to fire past a perplexed Thibaut Courtois.
But Los Blancos had the final word courtesy of Benzema’s Panenka-style penalty after Aymeric Laporte handled in the box.
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