Haiti and Honduras came in to their CONCACAF Gold Cup Group A finale knowing a win puts them in great position to advance out of the group. The Haitian side continued to show the attack it has all tournament long in the early stages of its match with Honduras.
Not a side to go all-out defending, Haiti finally got on the board in perhaps the most CONCACAF way ever — a poorly timed offside trap and some poor (at best) goalkeeping. A flick on put Duckens Nazon in a good spot, and he duffed one in to the net past a way out of position Honduran goalkeeper.
— CONCACAF (@CONCACAF) July 13, 2015