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Janine Beckie and Nichelle Prince scored within the first half and Canada went on to beat Costa Rica 3-1 on Thursday evening within the last recreation of the group stage on the CONCACAF girls’s World Cup qualifying event.

Canadian captain Christine Sinclair scored her 175th profession objective within the 57th minute. Sinclair, who performs for the Portland Thorns, is closing in on Abby Wambach’s file of 184 worldwide objectives.

Watch highlights of Canada’s win over Costa Rica:

Canadian girls beat Costa Rica 3-1, Christine Sinclair scores 175th profession objective. 1:02

The consequence put Canada and Jamaica within the semifinals of the event, set for Sunday in Frisco, Texas. Jamaica, which has by no means been to a World Cup, defeated Cuba 9-Zero within the earlier recreation at HEB Park. Costa Rica and Cuba have been eradicated.

Gloria Villalobos scored the lone objective for Costa Rica within the 72nd minute.

Canada completed in first place in Group B and can face Panama within the semifinals in Frisco, Texas on Sunday. Jamaica has the daunting process of going through the highest finisher in Group A, the top-ranked U.S. girls’s nationwide workforce.

The high three finishers within the event will earn CONCACAF’s spots within the World Cup subsequent yr in France. The fourth-place workforce will meet Argentina in a playoff for a berth.

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