Haiti beats Martinique to finish Gold Cup campaign

Carnejy Antoine and Ricardo Ade scored on either side of halftime as Haiti ended their CONCACAF Gold Cup campaign on a high note with a 2-1 win over Martinique.

Antoine gave Haiti the early lead in the third minute when he scored his second of the tournament off Derrick Etienne's cross.

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Kevin Fortune equalized the game for Martinque in the 53rd minute with a header into the box from Stephane Abaul. It was the 1,000th goal scored in Gold Cup history.

Martinique's Sebastien Cretinoir was sent off with a red card minutes later, reducing Les Matinino to 10 men with a half-hour to play. Ade then gave Les Grenadiers the game-winner with a free kick off Cretinoir's foul. 

Patrick Burner was sent off in the 78th minute as Martinique finished the game with nine men. 

Both sides were already eliminated from the tournament, with Haiti finishing with one win and two losses. Martinque lost all three group stage matches.