Crichlow Tied For 2nd In Concacaf Scoring

April 4, 2021 | 0 Comments

Inside Caribbean Football provided a chart of the leading goalscorers so far in the Concacaf World Cup Qualifiers, with Bermuda’s Kane  Crichlow – who scored once against Canada and twice against Aruba — tied for second place.

Cyle Larin from Canada is the leading goalscorer with 4 goals, three of them came in the first game when Canada defeated Bermuda 5 – 1, and he also added one goal when Canada defeated the Cayman Islands 11 – 0.

Four players including Bermuda’s Kane Crichlow have three goals from the two games. Crichlow scored Bermuda’s lone goal in the match against Canada and he also scored twice in Bermuda’s 5 – 0 win over Aruba.

Image courtesy of Inside Caribbean Football

Kane Crichlow T2nd In CONCACAF Goalscoring Bermuda April 2021

Concacaf World Cup Qualification Leading Goalscorers

  • 4 Cyle Larin – Canada
  • 3 Nigel Hasselbaink – Suriname
  • 3 Lyle Taylor – Montserrat
  • 3 Lucas Cavallini – Canada
  • 3 Kane Crichlow – Bermuda
  • 2 Juninho Bacuna – Curacao
  • 2 Alphonso Davies – Canada
  • 2 Tony Rugamas – El Salvador
  • 2 Dorny Romero – Dominican Republic
  • 2 Mark-Anthony Kaye – Canada
  • 2 Quinton Griffith – Antigua and Barbuda
  • 2 Nowend Lorenzo – Dominican Republic
  • 2 Carlos Bernardez – Belize
  • 2 Juan Barrera – Nicaragua
  • 2 Ariagner Smith – Nicaragua
  • 2 Keithroy Freeman – St. Kitts and Nevis

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