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Jordy Delem grabs late equalizer for Martinique

The Sounders midfielder scored against Joevin Jones’ team.

2019 CONCACAF Gold Cup - Group A: Canada v Martinique Photo by Shaun Clark/Getty Images

Jordy Delem may not score a ton of goals, but he bagged a big one for Martinique on Monday. The Seattle Sounders midfielder found himself wide open at the back post for a relatively easy finish in the 80th minute that allowed Martinique to salvage a 2-2 tie with Trinidad & Tobago in Concacaf Nations League.

The two island nations tied a pair of matches during the international window. In the first Joevin Jones converted a penalty for the Soca Warriors’ only goal. Jones started that game, but came off the bench in Monday’s affair.

Delem did not play in the first game, presumably still recovering from a concussion he suffered on Sept. 1 in a 4-3 win over the LA Galaxy. But he was able to play all 90 minutes for Martinique on Monday.

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