Panama have moved into the semi-finals of the CONCACAF Gold Cup courtesy of a penalty-shootout victory over Trinidad & Tobago at MetLife Stadium.
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The Soca Warriors did manage to get back on level terms inside the opening minutes of the second half, however, as Jones was teed up by Khaleem Hyland before the ex-Sunderland forward tucked his shot home.
Blas Perez then fired inches wide as the Panamanians were forced to settle for extra time and, after a cagey 30 minutes with few clear-cut chances for either side, penalties.
At 4-4 in the shootout, Cyrus had the chance to wrap up a last-four place following Alberto Quintero's miss, but his effort was blazed well over the crossbar to offer Los Canaleros a reprieve.
However, it was Panama who prevailed, and join USA and Jamaica in the semis, after Lester Peltier saw his kick saved.
Mexico face Costa Rica in the final quarter-final later on Sunday night.