A record-setting night for the Canadian men’s national team. John Herdman’s side thrashed Cayman Islands 11-0 on Monday in their second Concacaf qualifying match for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar to record their biggest win in program history. Les Rouges were up 6-0 at halftime with four players earning their first Canada goals: Frank Sturing, Mark-Anthony Kaye, Alistair Johnston, and David Wotherspoon. Lucas Cavallini scored an eight-minute hat-trick in the second half, with Alphonso Davies adding insult to injury with a goal deflected off a missed Kaye penalty. The 11-goal total bests an 8-0 Concacaf Nations League win over the US Virgin Islands in 2018 and leaves the side top of their qualifying group with two wins and a staggering +15 goal differential following a win over Bermuda. As you could imagine, Canadian soccer Twitter was a fun place to be Monday. Here’s how Canadian soccer reacted to the record-setting match.

https://twitter.com/thevoyageurs/status/1376669396496711681 https://twitter.com/Devin_Heroux/status/1376670072379424774 https://twitter.com/jamessharman/status/1376668325774770184 https://twitter.com/fc_fort/status/1376672286040715264 https://twitter.com/FTFCanada__/status/1376675302525526016 https://twitter.com/thevoyageurs/status/1376676389970194432 https://twitter.com/onesoccer/status/1376679975433166848 https://twitter.com/evejulia9/status/1376680176646557698 https://twitter.com/DerekVanDiest/status/1376680522265419777 https://twitter.com/charliejclarke/status/1376680306246291456 https://twitter.com/DesaiDevang/status/1376678457673924608 https://twitter.com/farhandevji/status/1376681099376533504 https://twitter.com/fc_fort/status/1376683537210859525 https://twitter.com/BradyReid_/status/1376684573388644359 https://twitter.com/martyn_bailey/status/1376686441552617473 https://twitter.com/onesoccer/status/1376685279180955648

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