- Panama, Salvador and Canada won the first leg
- The return matches will be played on Tuesday June 15
- Three tickets up for grabs for Qatar 2022 Qualifying Final
El Salvador, Panama and Canada won the first leg of the second round and placed an option on their participation in the Concacaf Final Qualifying for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 ™.
The return matches will be played on Tuesday, June 15. Remember that the three winning countries will join Costa Rica, the United States, Honduras, Jamaica and Mexico for the last phase, a mini championship involving 3.5 places (intercontinental jump-off) for the main event.
Saint Kitts and Nevis 0–4 Salvador
Haiti 0-1 Canada
Panama 2-1 Curacao
The Salvador has mastered Saint-Kitts-and-Nevis (4-0) with once again a great David Rugamas, author of a double. The Salvadoran striker has a total of eight goals in five games. Los Cuscatlecos have a record of eight clean sheets in their last nine encounters and are well on their way to returning to the Final Tournament for the first time since the 2010 South Africa campaign.
The Canada had a more narrow success against Haiti (0-1) but continues its good series with this fifth consecutive victory in these qualifiers. Cyle Larin scored the winning goal, his sixth in five games. The Canadians have not played in the last phase since the playoffs for France 1998, where they finished last.
The PanamaMeanwhile, he struggled to defeat Curaçao 2-1 at home thanks to goals from Alberto Quintero and Cecilio Waterman in the second half. This is the sixth consecutive victory for the Panamanians who equal their best performance in this competition.