Announcer goes insane after Whitecaps' Waston sends Costa Rica to World Cup

Tricia Pearson
October 9, 2017

Germany and Costa Rica both commit a number of mistakes during their Federation Internationale de Football Association U-17 World Cup encounter on Friday, but both the coaches were not ready to put knife to their throat for committing.

It marks the fifth time Costa Rica have qualified for the World Cup, having reached the quarter-finals in Brazil in 2014.

Panama is pitted against Costa Rica, in a game that does not change anything of Costa Rica's, but certainly, a win for the "Canaleros" could send Panama to their first World Cup.

The match had been postponed by 24 hours after heavy rainfall, and a 66th minute goal from Eddie Hernandez for Honduras may have also delayed Costa Rican celebrations.

Waston, who appeared like a giant, a head taller than the other players grouped in front of the goal, with one minute to go to official end the game, when the fans, at the stadium, at home, wherever, perhaps even the players themselves, had lost the hope of celebrating the World Cup 2018 qualifications, Kendall jumped up, smacked the ball with is forehead, a bullet into the Honduras net.

Honduras' goalkeeper Donis Escober (C) fails to stop Waston's header.

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Costa Rica has 16 points and is second in the final round of North and Central American and Caribbean region behind Mexico, which has 21 points and clinched last month.

The side, now ranked 21st in the world, only needed a point in San Jose to be sure of finishing in the top three of their qualifying group which will see them off to Russian Federation.

The at 12 points following its 4-0 win Friday over Panama and would qualify with a win at Trinidad on the final night of the hexagonal.

When it comes to separating the two sides locked on ten points, if Panama match Honduras' result only a five-goal swing in goal difference in favour of Los Catrachos can prevent Panama coming out on top.

The draw is good news for the US men's national team, which is jockeying with Honduras and Panama for CONCACAF's final slots.

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