Chile finished 5th after beating Canada in the extra-time

Chile and Canada entered the pitch for the 5th and 6th places. Supported by almost 2000 people, the home team had the total control of the match since the beginning having, with so many chances, mainly by a great performance of Canadian goalkeeper, #3 Ryan Watson. But the first half finished with no goals.
In the second half, Chile carried on with the same dynamics, and got to score immediately, by #10 Bastian Velasquez, for the excitement of the supporters. But #5 from Canada, Samuel Charron, although injured, got the tie in a personal play, at the 43rd minute, and the score finished 1-1.
The extra-time had to be played to determine the winner. And the home team, by its #9 Sebastian Bórquez, got to score in the minute 66th. The Canadians did not have the strength to tie the match. After the result of 2-1, Chile finished the Parapanamerican Games CP Football competition in 5th position. Canada finished 6th.

Chile
 
Name
Class
Played
Goals Scored
Sub In
Sub Out
Yellow
Red
3
FT2 C
89'
62'
7
FT2 C
55'
53'
10
FT2 C
50'
32'
48'
6
FT2 C
41'
48'
8
FT3 C
48'
41'
12
FT1 C
0'
13
FT2 R
13'
76'
79'
14
FT2 RFD 20
36'
53'
Head coach: Sonny Riquelme
Canada
 
Name
Class
Played
Goals Scored
Sub In
Sub Out
Yellow
Red
3
FT2 C
89'
35'
4
FT2 C
89'
5
FT2 C
89'
43'
7
FT2 C
89'
8
FT2 C
89'
10
FT1 C
89'
12
FT2 RFD 20
89'
9
FT1 RFD 20
0'
11
FT2 C
0'
13
FT3 RFD 20
0'
14
FT2 RFD 20
0'
Head coach: Drew Ferguson