A blowout win was exactly what a goal-shy Canadian women’s team badly needed to kick off its CONCACAF W Championship campaign.
Julia Grosso bagged a brace, Christine Sinclair scored her 190th international goal, and three other players found the back of the net for Canada in a comprehensive 6-0 victory over Trinidad and Tobago on Tuesday night in Monterrey, Mexico.
Goals have been hard to come by for the Olympic champions after winning gold last summer. Going into Tuesday’s encounter with the Soca Warriors, the Canadians had scored more than one once in just three of their 10 matches since beating Sweden
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