Trinidad and Tobago squared off against Mexico in the final match of Group C at the 2015 Gold Cup. Mexico needed a regulation win to finish on top the group, while T&T only needed a draw and/or victory.
In one what was one of the best soccer matches of the year: Paul Aguilar, Carlos Vela and Andres Guardado all scored for El Tri, while Trinidad and Tobago got goals from Keron Cummings, Kenwyne Jones, and this absolutely ridiculous last-second goal, courtesy of Yohance Marshall, as they were being pelted with bottles/foreign objects by the crowd — in attempt to keep them from equalizing in the final seconds.
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Because of this last second header, Mexico will now have to face the Costa Ricans in the Quarterfinals while Trinidad & Tobago will draw Panama.