Sebastien Cretinoir

TIMELY INTERVENTION: Martinique’s Sebastien Cretinoir, left, gets in a timely tackle to thwart the progress of Levi Garcia of Trinidad and Tobago, during their CONCACAF Nations League Group C fixture at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Port of Spain, on Monday night. --Photo: STEPHEN DOOBAY

Trinidad and Tobago head coach Dennis Lawrence was left searching for answers after his charges squandered a two-goal lead and had to settle for a share of the spoils in a 2-2 draw against Martinique in the return leg of their CONCACAF Nations League Group C qualifier at the Hasely Crawford Stadium on Monday night.

“Tonight (Monday) we scored two goals and we couldn’t keep a clean sheet, we couldn’t defend the two goals we had. Before, we couldn’t score and we were conceding,” lamented Lawrence.

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