Mexico and Trinidad & Tobago played to a 4-4 draw in their final group match at the 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup thanks to a last-minute, game-tying goal from Trinidad & Tobago.
Trailing 4-3 with less than a minute to play, Trinidad & Tobago had a stoppage time corner kick. As Joevin Jones prepared for the kick, Mexico fans were raining trash down onto the field:
As trash was pelted at him, Jones lofted a perfect corner kick that found Yohance Marshall, who headed in the game-tying goal:
It was a wild match that saw Mexico take a 2-0 lead before Trinidad & Tobago scored three straight goals to go up by one.
Later in the match, Mexico rattled off two more goals, the final going off Trinidad & Tobago’s Kenwyne Jones for an own-goal that put Mexico up 4-3, leading to Marshall’s equaliser.
Because of the tie, Trinidad & Tobago wins Group C and advances to the quarterfinals to play Panama.
Watch the recap of the exciting match and the final goal (2:40) below:
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