CHARRON has Outstanding Tournament for Canada at Pan Am Games with Scoring Streak
So far in 2015, while most of Canada's National teams have had problems scoring, Samuel Charron, has found the back of the net on a regular basis.
Charron scored in 4 out of 5 games that he played in. In the one game he did not score, he played only sparingly so that he could rest for the medal game.
Dick Howard, FIFA technical adviser who was doing a report for FIFA Weekly Magazine said, "Charron was Canada's most effective player in the tournament. Some of his goals were of the spectacular variety. And he almost scored on a bicycle kick in the bronze medal game against Venezuela."
Canada just missed out of the medals at the 2015 Para PanAm Games. They made it close as they came from a 2-0 deficit to lose 2-1 to Venezuela. Charron, who was visibly limping towards the end of the game, scored late in the game to give Canada a chance.
His winning goal in the 1-0 victory over the USA secured a spot in the Bronze medal game. Charron's late goal against the USA was his best personal highlight. Read more about the tournament on FIFA Weekly below.