Jonathan Osorio, the Colombian who will qualify for Qatar 2022 with Canada

March 5, 2022; Toronto, Ontario, CAN; Toronto FC midfielder Jonathan Osorio (21) controls the ball against the New York Red Bulls during the first half at BMO Field. Mandatory Credit: John E. Sokolowski – USA TODAY Sports

The 29-year-old Colombian-Canadian midfielder, Jonathan Osori, He started for 90 minutes on the night of Thursday, March 24 in the confrontation between Costa Rica and Canada on date 12 of the final octagon concacaf qualifiers direction the Qatar 2022 World Cup.

The North American team lost the slightest gap against the Ticos and has just lost the competition without defeat at the National Stadium in San José. against the team led by the Antioquian Luis Fernando Suarez after the goal converted by Celso Borges at the 45+1 minute of the engagement, but that does not remove the illusion of having traced practically everything to go to the Qatari heat.

Son of Colombian parents, but born in Toronto, Ontario, Osorio represents Canada and is set to play in the national team’s most important tournament after 36 years out of orbital competition.

Today for today Canada is a reference in soccer in the North American and Caribbean Soccer Confederation (concacaf). Assuming Team Maple Leaf loses both games against Jamaica (home) and Panama (away), their current 25 points make them elusive for fifth place in the competition. (Panama), so at least a playoff will be guaranteed against the Oceania representative, which is usually New Zealand.

With a generation of young talent, the Canadian team surprised as the leaders of the octagonal final with 25 points, a goal difference of +13 and a record of seven wins, four draws and a loss with 19 goals scored and only six cashed.

The North Americans are the least converted team in the Concacaf qualifier which grants three and a half World Cup spots. With figures and promises of international football like Alfonso Davis, Mark Anthony Kaye, Tajon Buchanan Yes Jonathan Daviddirected by the English John Herdman have prepared everything for their trip to Asian territory at the end of the year.

Midfielder Jonatan Osorio has developed his entire professional career at Toronto FC. Since 2012, he has come from the lower divisions of the MLS Eastern Conference franchise and To date, he has made 53 appearances for the national team and converted seven goals in his international career..

In his final Major League Soccer game against DC United at BMO Field in Toronto, he just converted the goal in the 2-1 final with which the Canadian club added their first three points in the competition’s 2022 season:

The son of a Valle del Cauca father and an Antioquian mother, at age four he started playing in a local futsal league in Toronto, then moved to Brampton. where he continued his sports training. He then made his senior debut for Canada in 2013 and has since also competed at the Canadian Championships.

He has already played five gold cups with his country and managed to film in other teams such as Brampton Youth SC, Clarkson Sheridan SC and the same National of Uruguay in Montevideo (between 2010 and 2012).

The Colombian is a versatile midfielder, the coaches he has hador have used as brand flyer,creation or left and exactly that Versatility made him a permanent fixture on John Herdman’s payroll.

In the meantime, here is how the Concacaf ranking is going with the twelve dates disputed on the night of this Thursday, March 24:

1. Canada (25 points, +13 goal difference)

2. United States (22 points, +9 goal difference)

3. Mexico (22 points, +6 goal difference)

4.Costa Rica (19 points, +2 goal difference)

5. Panama (18 points, +1 goal difference)

6. El Salvador (10 points, -7 goal difference)

7. Jamaican (8 points, -7 goal difference)

8.Honduras (4 points, -17 goal difference)


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