TAMPA, FL – JUNE 02: Roy Miller of Costa Rica kicks during the International Friendly Match between Japan and Costa Rica at Raymond James Stadium on June 2, 2014 in Tampa, Florida. (Photo by Mark Kolbe/Getty Images)

VIDEO: Costa Rica go level on set piece straight off training ground

The training ground is where tactics and mindset are established. It is also a place where players have a bit of fun coming up with goofy plays and daring free kicks.

Apparently Costa Rica has been working on a quirky set piece or two heading in to the 2015 Gold Cup, because it didn’t take Los Ticos long to put their creative minds to work. It all led to Roy Miller sucking behind the Jamaican defense and tying it all up at 1-1.

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