Mexico and Trinidad & Tobago played out undoubtedly the best game of the Gold Cup so far on Wednesday night.
El Tri looked to have taken charge of the encounter when they went into a 2-0 lead just after the break through Paul Aguilar and Carlos Vela.
Three goals in 12 minutes between 55 and 67 put T&T ahead thanks to Keron Cummings (2) and Kenwyne Jones.
Mexico equalised on 88 through Andres Cuadrado and looked to have won the match when Kenwyne Jones put through his own net on 90.
Only for Yohance Marshall to make it 4-4 on 93 minutes played.
Both teams now qualify for the knockout stages. Trinidad & Tobago finished first in Group C and will play Panama, whilst Mexico will face Costa Rica.