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USMNT midfielder Michael Bradley netted a game-tying goal in the 55th minute of Monday night's CONCACAF Gold Cup match against Panama off a cross from teammate Alejandro Bedoya.

By SI Wire
July 13, 2015

United States men's national team midfielder Michael Bradley netted a game-tying goal in the 55th minute of Monday night's CONCACAF Gold Cup 1–1 draw against Panama off a cross from​ Alejandro Bedoya.

Up until Bradley's goal, forward Clint Dempsey had accounted for every American goal thus far in the tournament. The U.S. fell behind after FC Dallas forward Blas Perez scored in the 34th minute, but the USA captain came through after a bright start to the second half.

Bedoya took a feed from Dempsey and then put his cross on a platter for Bradley, who made a trademark late run through the area.

The U.S. had already clinched Group A, which also includes Panama, Haiti and Honduras, before Monday night's match and will play in the quarterfinals in Baltimore on Saturday.

Watch Bradley's equalizer below:

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