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Curaçao vs Panama live streaming: Key information to watching online
The key information about live streaming Curaçao vs Panama is that it’s available to watch on Bet365 and FuboTV in America.
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Curaçao vs Panama live streaming on Bet365 (International)
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Curaçao vs Panama live streaming: Preview
This tie was always going to be extremely hard to call at so it remains after the first leg in Panama City.
The game was goalless at half time but, shortly after the interval, the 7,000 supporters inside the stadium were celebrating as Alberto Quintero put the hosts in front.
Panama doubled their lead 20 minutes later.
30 year old forward Cecilio Waterman coming off the bench to get his third goal in as many national team games, having never scored form them before this.
At this point, Panama were in the Catbird seat but, with jus two to play, Rangelo Janga got one back for Curaçao.
A vital goal and an away goal at that.
So 2-1 it finished at Estadio Nacional de Panamá, leaving this second leg perfectly poised.
Panama qualified for the World Cup for the very first time in 2017 before going onto lose all three matches in Russia.
Nevertheless, they’ve been a strong force in CONCACAF for a number of years, reaching at least the quarter-finals of all eight Gold Cups since 2005.
This includes being runners-up in 2005 and 2013.
So, it would be a major failure for Thomas Christiansen’s side if they failed to reach the Octagonal round of qualifying.
Curaçao though are an emerging force under Head Coach Guus Hiddink who’s been in charge of some of the biggest clubs and nations in the world since starting his coaching career in 1987.
Their roster includes many Dutch-born players who ply their trade at a decent level such as Eloy Room, Leandro Bacuna, Juninho Bacuna and Rangelo Janga.
This is their third attempt to qualify for a World Cup, having been known as Netherlands Antilles before this, and it’s already their deapest run.
Who will be celebrating a spot in the third and final round of CONCACAF qualifying at Ergilio Hato Stadium?
Prediction: Curaçao 2-0 Panama
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