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Guatemala is the team that has scored the most goals in the qualifiers in all history without qualifying for the World Cup

Guatemala is the team that has scored the most goals in the qualifiers in all history without qualifying for the World Cup

It was not possible on the last date before Curacao. The Guatemala selection It was a goalless draw at Ergilio Hato, which meant the end of the World Cup dream for the Chapines who failed again against a Caribe side, so they ran out of options to be on the way to World Cup Qatar 2022. However, this is not the most painful for Guatemalans.

It was the victory that secured their move to the next round. He scored four games with ten points, 14 goals in his favour, and nothing against him. The truth is that at first glance it looks very positive, but that’s in those CONCACAF Qualifiers She did not access the site and MisterChip provided the details via its social networks.

Impossible data for Guatemala in the qualifiers!

Guatemala national team (14 goals for him and zero against). He became the second pick in the entire history of qualifying for world Cup Who was eliminated without conceding a single goal in the process. The first was Belgium (12 in favor and zero against), on the way to Germany ’74, statements made by the Spanish journalist. MisterChip through its social networks.

He expressed that after these devastating data Guatemala is also the team that has scored the most goals (208) in the entire history of the World Cup qualifiers Without qualifying for the big date. Something unusual for Guatemalans who once again say goodbye to their World Cup dream.

Guatemala will continue to wait to be in a higher category for the World Cup, heading to Qatar in 2022, and have been eliminated from the group stage, in second place with 10 points, while CuraƧao added the same units, but with another goal was enough to advance to the second stage where it will face Panama.

  • Guatemala national team
  • CONCACAF

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