The Canada U-20 national team completed play at the 2018 Concacaf U-20 Championship with a 2-1 win over Martinique's U-20s on Saturday.
The tournament, taking place in Bradenton, Fla., is wrapping up group play this weekend and Canada will finish second in Group D, with three wins and two losses. That means their tournament is over, as only the first-place team will move on to the second group stage, to vie for a berth at the 2019 U-20 World Cup in Poland.
Canada jumped out to a quick lead, with Steffen Yeates and Clement Bahiya putting Les Rouges up 2-0 in the first 15 minutes. Martinique pulled a goal back in the final 15 minutes, from the penalty spot, but Canada managed to keep their lead and pick up a win to close out play.
Canada lineup: Alessandro Busti; Emile Legault, Daniel Kinumbe (Noble Okello Ayo, 46), Antonio Romeo, Julian Dunn; Clement Bahiya, Mathieu Choiniere (C), Dante Campbell, Noah Verhoeven (Adonijah Reid, 63); Theo Bair (Jordan Perruzza, 81), Steffen Yeates
Canada goalscorers: Steffen Yeates (8), Clement Bahiya (15)