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Oh, no, Canada
by Paul Kennedy, September 7th, 2008 7AM



[WORLD CUP 2010 QUALIFYING] Canada's World Cup 2010 hopes appear to be over after it fell to Honduras, 2-1, in Montreal on Saturday, leaving it with one point after two games at home and a date at Mexico on Wednesday in Group B in front of it.

Ramon Nunez, who was raised in Dallas, attended SMU and played in MLS before returning his native Honduras, scored twice in the first 11 minutes of the second half to reserve a 1-0 deficit on Adrian Serioux's 4th-minute goal.

Group A
Trinidad & Tobago 1 (Daniel 83) Guatemala 1 (Gallardo 90).
Cuba 0 Unites States 1 (Dempsey 39).
Standings: USA 6 points; Trinidad & Tobago 4; Guatemala 1; Cuba 0.

Group B
Mexico 3 (Guardado 3, Arce 33, Magallon 63) Jamaica 0
Canada 1 (Serioux 4) Honduras 2 (Nunez 47, 56).

Group C
Costa Rica 7 (Ledezma 9, 41, Alpizar 47, Alonso 78, Borges 79, Solis 86, Ruiz 88) Suriname 0.
El Salvador 5 (Zelaya 7, 23, 52, Larios 56, Torres 78) Haiti 0.
Standings: Costa Rica 6 points; El Salvador 3; Haiti, Suriname 1.

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