The Guam men's football team have missed out on promotion in the East Asian Cup after a 1-1 draw against Mongolia in their final group match.
The Matao, who needed to win by six or more goals to finish atop the standings, took the lead in the 89th minute through teenage midfielder Devan Mendiola.
However, with victory in clear sight, the hosts scored a dramatic equalising goal through Norjmoogiin Tsedenbal four minutes into stoppage time to earn a share of the spoils.
Mongolia advance to the second preliminary round in November, while Guam finished in second place, having thrashed the Northern Mariana Islands 4-0 and lost 2-0 to Macau in their earlier group matches.
Meanwhile the Northern Mariana Islands earned their first point in a 1-1 draw against Macau, with Sunjoon Tenorio bagging their first and only goal of the tournament.
Guam women still a chance
The Guam women's team need to beat the Northern Mariana Islands later today and hope Mongolia slip up against Macau, if they're to advance to the East Asian Cup second round.
The Masakada opened with a 5-0 win over Macau on Monday but suffered their first defeat in a 1-0 stoppage time loss against Mongolia on Wednesday.
Fiji, Solomons finish all square
Fiji and Solomon Islands drew 1-1 in Suva in an international men's friendly match in Suva on Wednesday.
Micah Lea'alafa opened the scoring for the Bonitos in the 23rd minute before Fiji captain Roy Krisha equalised from the penalty spot in the 23rd minute of the second half.
Fiji's next match is away to Singapore on Tuesday.