Canada stunned England in Wednesday's FIFA Under 17 World Cup match when goalkeeper Quillan Roberts scored an improbable equalizer in the final minutes from beyond midfield.
England led 2-1 with three minutes left in the match when Roberts kept pushing the ball up near midfield with nobody around him. The goalie took a shot that bounced over the head of England goalkeeper Jordan Pickford and into the net. The match resulted in a 2-2 draw to give Canada its first ever point at the Championships.
Roberts' goal also ended Canada's 13-game losing streak in the world championships that started in 1987.
"This game will teach the boys something about playing to the final whistle and never thinking the game is over," England coach John Peacock said.
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