Sky Blues loan-star Duckens Nazon scored twice in Haiti's 3-3 draw with Japan at the Nissan Stadium in Yokohama.
Japan had earnt themselves a two goal lead early on thanks to goals from Shu Kurata and Kenyu Sugimoto inside the opening 20 minutes.
However, Kevin Lafrance sparked Haiti into life midway throught the first half poking the ball home from close range.
Nazon, on-loan at Coventry from Wolves, brought his side level just before the hour mark when he reacted fastest to Carlens Arcus' low cross from wide.
Fifteen minutes later and Nazon would complete his hat-trick with something a little more special. The 23-year-old came deep to take the ball from Zachary Herivaux before turning and curling an effort high into the far corner from 30-yards, completing the turnarond with his ninth international goal
Jean-Claude Josaphat's side looked like they had won it, until an injury time equaliser from former Manchester United midfielder Shinji Kagawa meant the game would end level.
Duckens will be availible for the selection when the Sky Blues head to Accrington on Saturday.