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Box Score | CF Pachuca 6, Philadelphia Union 0

Philadelphia Union faced C.F. Pachuca in the second leg of the Concacaf Champions Cup Round of 16 series on Tuesday night at Estadio Hidalgo in Pachuca, Mexico, falling 6-0. With the loss, the Union are eliminated and C.F. Pachuca advances to the quarterfinals with a 6-0 aggregate score. C.F. Pachuca opened the scoring by converting a penalty in the 7th minute. Pachuca midfielder Alan Bautista found the back of the net late in the 85th minute to secure the win for Pachuca.

The Union return to MLS play on Saturday, March 16, where they will travel to Q2 Stadium to face Austin FC (8:30 p.m. ET / Apple TV).

C.F. Pachuca 6 – Philadelphia Union 0
Estadio Hidalgo (Pachuca, MX)
Tuesday, March 12, 2024


Referee: Bryan Lopez
Assistant Referees: Keytzel Corrales, William Chow
Fourth Official: Selvin Brown 
VAR: Tatiana Guzman
Weather: 68 degrees and cloudy.


PAC – Salomon Rondon (PK) 7’
PAC – Salomon Rondon (Sanchez) 45+6’ 
PAC – Salomon Rondon (E. Rodriguez) 53’
PAC – Nelson Deossa Suarez (Sanchez) 57’
PAC – Oussama Idrissi (Rondon) 63’
PAC – Alan Bautista (Idrissi) 85’


PAC – Pedro Pedraza (caution) 24’
PHI – Damion Lowe (caution) 74’
PAC – Erick Sanchez (caution) 76’


Philadelphia Union: Andre Blake; Nathan Harriel (Olivier Mbaizo 69’), Jakob Glesnes, Damion Lowe, Kai Wagner; Alejandro Bedoya (Jesus Bueno 56’), Jose Martinez (Julian Carranza 46’), Jack McGlynn, Quinn Sullivan, Daniel Gazdag (Jack Eliott 70); Mikael Uhre (Markus Anderson 56’).

Substitutes not used: Matt Real, Tai Baribo, Jeremy Rafanello, Oliver Semmle, Chris Donovan.

CF Pachuca: Carlos Moreno; Sergio Barreto, Gustavo Cabral, Luis Rodriguez; Emilio Rodriguez (Alexei Rodriguez 71’), Pedro Pedraza (Elias Montiel 69’), Nelson Deossa Suarez (Israel Luna 79’), Bryan Gonzalez, Erick Sanchez (Alan Bautista 78’); Oussama Idrissi, Salomon Rondon (Sergio Aguayo 81’).

Substitutes not used: Carlos Rodas, Alonso Aceves, Norman Micolta Arroyo, Rene Lopez, Eduardo Lopez, Roberto de la Rosa, Jesus Hernandez.

The Union return to MLS play on Saturday, March 16, where they will travel to Q2 Stadium to face Austin FC (8:30 p.m. ET / Apple TV).

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