Early goals by Cyle Larin and Jonathan David helped Canada to a comfortable 2-0 victory over World Cup host Qatar in an international men's soccer friendly on Friday in Vienna, Austria.
Canada controlled large stretches of the game and built its 2-0 lead after just 13 minutes at a largely empty Generali Arena.
Qatar, five places below Canada in the world rankings at No. 48, failed to impress on the day. The Canadians, who were facing Qatar for the first time, will undergo a stiffer test Tuesday when they take on No.
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