Canada is now participating in the Gold Cup of CONCACAF, has added depth to his unit offensive with the arrival of the attacker Cyle Larin, Sunday evening. Larin was the only roster change for Canada after finishing second in Group A following a 0-0 draw with Honduras on Friday night.
Coach Octavio Zambrano's team for the quarterfinals includes nine MLS players, three players each from Montreal (Maxime Crepeau, Anthony Jackson-Hamel and Patrice Bernier) and Vancouver (Russell Teibert, Alphonso Davies and Marcel de Jong), two from Toronto FC (Tosaint Ricketts and Jonathan Osorio), plus Larin.
This is Larin's second time playing in a Gold Cup.
Canada will face the Jamaican National Team Thursday in Glendale Arizona.
Larin, who leads Orlando City in scoring with eight goals, was arrested on a DUI charge June 15 after a state trooper pulled him over for driving the wrong way on Orange Avenue near Lake Ivanhoe. The 7 p.m. match will be nationally televised on ESPN.