Canada's men's soccer team certainly weren't apologizing for their celebrations on Tuesday night when they beat Mexico in a World Cup qualifying match, but Justin Trudeau is!
The PM held a press conference Wednesday, November 17, and he was asked if the victory would drive a wedge between him and the Mexican President while the two are meeting for the Three Amigos summit .
"It's rare that Canada's weather works in our favour," he said, laughing.
"But the snow on the pitch last night in Edmonton, it led to a 2-1 victory by the Canadian national soccer team over the Mexicans for the first time in history, which is a very nice thing that I hope President López Obrador will forgive me for!"
While Trudeau needs to brush up on his history — Canada has beaten Mexico in men's soccer before, albeit not since 2000 — he's clearly trying to get into the soccer spirit after also
hanging out with Alphonso Davies and the national team