Twenty-eight years ago, on November 19th, 1989, Trinidad and Tobago's Strike Squad needed only a draw to qualify for the 1990 World Cup Final in Italy.
But in a heart-wrenching game at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, the United States won 1-0 to knock T&T out of the World Cup.
Tonight, Trinidad and Tobago's Soca Warriors have returned the favour.
In similar fashion, the United States came to Trinidad and Tobago needing only a draw to qualify for the World Cup in Russia next year.
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) says the management of the Ato Boldon Stadium is now concerned about the state of the field following training by the US National Team this morning.
Photos and video published on the US Soccer's Twitter page showed high levels of water on the track as the team arrived to train this morning.
But the TTFA said the tweets failed to mention the torrential rainfall in the area.
The TTFA says it still believes that the match will go on at the venue.
The following is the TTFA's statement on the issue.
The TT Pro League announced today that all matches have been suspended until September 8th.
This includes the San Juan Jabloteh vs Central FC fixture originally carded for Tuesday 15th August at the Barataria Oval.
A TT Pro League media release read, "This has become necessary to assist the Trinidad and Tobago national team preparations for the upcoming Jamaica friendly on August 24 and the final phase of FIFA World Cup 2018 CONCACAF qualifiers, beginning with hosting Honduras on September 1 then away to Panama on September 5.
Marouane Fellaini saw red for headbutting Sergio Aguero as Manchester City retained a slim advantage in their top-four battle with Manchester United following a frantic goalless draw at the Etihad Stadium.
Fellaini's moment of madness - a clear butt on Aguero as the pair clashed following a trip by the Belgian - came six minutes from time in a tense stalemate that leaves City a point in front of their neighbours and in charge of the Champions League race.
Former Manchester United striker Dwight Yorke has criticised the lack of black bosses in football and claims he cannot get an interview for a manager's job.
Yorke, 45, said he knew of black former players who would not do coaching badges as they felt they had little chance of getting a coaching role.
"If it's not because of the colour of our skin then tell me what it is?" the former Trinidad and Tobago player said.
"I'm speaking out about it. Be fair. At least give us an interview."
Trinidad and Tobago’s Senior Men will travel to St George’s, Grenada to play the Grenada Men’s Senior Team in an International Friendly on April 29th.
The match will be part of the official opening of the Grenada National Football League.
Trinidad and Tobago head coach Dennis Lawrence will use the match as another tune-up for his home-based players as the country looks ahead to the 2018 World Cup qualifier away to the United States on June 8th and Costa Rica on June 13th.