A disturbing scene of Maxime Crépeau during the MLS Cup final who had to leave the match on a stretcher in a carriage.
On a truly troubling day for Canada’s FIFA World Cup selection Because of Alphonso Davies’ injuryThe goalkeeper was injured in the second half of extra time.
With a 2-2 tie at 110e Minute, Crepeau curled out of his net to prevent Philadelphia Union’s Corey Burke from grabbing the ball after a poor throw-in and appearing alone in front of him.
During his exit, Crépeau came into violent contact with the Union player and the goalkeeper remained on the ground for several minutes. He signaled for the healers to approach while holding his right leg.
The person who played among Milan’s Burgan assistants in front of the Canada Network was carried on a stretcher before leaving the field in a carriage. The official showed him a red card for tripping his opponent because he had a chance to score.
LAFC won the final on penalties After John McCarthy appeared on the scene as a replacement for Crepo.
Canada kicks off the World Cup Finals on November 23 against Belgium.
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