Score, ratings: El Salvador vs. USMNT Jordan Morris scores an injury-time header

Jordan Morris came off the bench to earn a point for the US men's national team in a 1-1 draw against El Salvador in Concacaf Nations League action on Tuesday. 

Morris, the competition's all-time leading scorer with five goals, headed in a cross after getting inside his defender 

And heading to the far post with little time remaining. In League A's Group D, the United States has four points after two games.

With just over 10 minutes to go, El Salvador was sent off, making the match 10-v-10 and giving the U.S. a much-needed lift in the second half.

Lucia de la Torre took advantage of a missed cross to send a ball into the box, and Morris was there to take advantage of it.

The triumph avoids a humiliating setback, as the U.S. has only lost to El Salvador once, in 1992, when the two countries met.

Alexander Larin's goal in the 35th minute at the Estadio Cuscatlan gave the hosts a small lead on a terrible, soggy, and ruined pitch.

Nobody, not even Comunicaciones goalie Ethan Horvath, saw the left back from Comunicaciones try for goal from a restricted angle.

There were ten men on the field when Paul Arriola and Ronald Gomez were ejected, but Arriola's punishment was particularly draconian.

The Americans' winless skid against El Salvador now stands at 20 games.

All ratings are on a scale of 1 to 10, with 1 being the highest. A 0 would be a red card in the opening minute of play.

If you scored a perfect 10, it would be like scoring a hat trick.

There should be a grain of salt added to Tuesday's match ratings because of the poor playing conditions. 

With a severe downpour in San Salvador, it was difficult to put together a cohesive offensive.