Striker Cyle Larin was combined to Canada’s men’s soccer organisation on Sunday for a knock-out proviso of a CONCACAF Gold Cup.
The 22-year aged from Brampton, Ont., joins a patrol forward of this week’s quarter-final compare on Thursday opposite Jamaica.
Larin, who plays for Orlando City SC in Major League Soccer, replaces Raheem Edwards of Toronto FC. Per contest regulations, inhabitant teams can make adult to 6 changes after a organisation phase, though can usually lift a patrol of limit 23 players.
This is Larin’s second time personification in a Gold Cup. A two-time curtain adult in voting for Canadian Player of a Year honours (2015 and 2016), Larin has scored 5 goals in 20 general matches. At a bar level, he has scored 39 goals in 76 matches, winning MLS rookie of a year honours in 2015 and being named a tip actor in a 2016 MLS 24 Under 24 ranking.
Canada is two-time CONCACAF champions, carrying won a CONCACAF championship in 1985 and a CONCACAF Gold Cup in 2000.