Philadelphia Union 0-2 Club América: summary: score, goal highlights, CONCACAF Champions League
Club América books their ticket to the final with a 2-0 win.
GAME OVER! Club América came, saw and conquered! The game has ended with the Liga MX winning 2-0 and they have advanced to the CONCACAF Champions League final.
GOAL! GOLAZO! GOL! Henry 'The Bomb' Martín makes it 2-0. Great cross from the right flank and Martín in the back post just pokes it home.
Three minuntes added of stoppage time.
Last substitution for the visiting side. Madrigal replaces Richard Sánchez.
McGlynn replaces Alejandro Bedoya.
Flach comes out and Sullivan takes his place.
Benedetti entered the box and with a tight angle he riffled the ball, but blake was able to stop it.
Union seems to given up after the 1-0. they are trying to control the possession of the ball so América doesn't counter attack.
Richard Sánchez takes a strike from distance and Andre Blake was able to block the shot. Corner kick for América.
The crowded is cheering every time Club América makes a pass and it seems like they are the home team. Incredible the fans from the Liga MX side.
Nicolás Benedetti shoots from inside the six-yard box to beat blake and score the first goal of the night! América is winning 3-0 on aggregate.
After a rebound, Martínez takes a shot from the distance, but the ball goes way wide! Philly is running out of time.
Jamiro Monteiro and Olivier Mbaizo come out. Daniel Gazdag and Paxten Aaronson come in.
Philadelphia is making their first substitutions of the night with 15 minutes left of the game.
Philadelphia needs to score twice in the next 17 minutes.
Sebastián Cáceres replaces Fidalgo and this is América's third substitution of the night.
Substitution for América! Roger Martínez comes out and Henry Martín takes his place.
Philly with the opportunity to score from a set piece.
Emanuel Aguilera shoots a powerful free kick trying to find the back of the net from a tight angle, but the ball went over the goal.
After the review, Alejandro Bedoya will not be taken out of the game.
WOW! Guillermo Ochoa reads it the whole way and blocks the shot from Jamiro Monteiro from the spot.
Bruno Valdez tripps Kacper Przybyłko inside the box, but the referee booked Jorge Sánchez who was not involved in the play.
PENALTY FOR PHILLY!
America's manager Santiago Solari makes a substitution right away. Sebastián Córdova, who was booked, comes out and he is replaced by Nicolás Benedetti.
Second half has started at the Subaru Park.
The first half has ended! We will be back in 15 minutes.
Jamiro Monteiro is booked after a rough challenge against Fidalgo.
Two minutes added of stoppage time.
Kacper Przybyłko's powerful header was blocked by Guillermo Ochoa after a great lobbed cross from the right flank.
José Martinez shoots from long way out, but Ochoa see's it all the way and makes a comfortable save.
Both sides are puttinig in a battle, but so far each team is canceling out the other. Still looking for that opening goal at
Great first time cross from the right flank and Glesnes header barely goes wide. Clear opportunity for the home side.
Second corner in quick succession for Philadelphia.
Corey Burke had a good chance to score the game opener. The Jamaican striker controlled the ball inside the six-yard box, but his shot was blocked just in time.
Sebastián Córdova is booked for kicking the ball away after the foul he committed.
The game is boiling up between the players from both teams.
Emanuel Aguilera's free kick goes way over.
Kai Wagner is booked for arguing with the referee.
Alejandro Bedoya is booked after fouling a player from América just outside the box.
Jakob Glesnes is booked.
Great cross from the right flank and as Córdova entered the six-yard box, but Wagner was able to clear the danger away.
Both players are gettinng looked at after that rough collision, but they will continue playiing.
Head collision between Jorge Sánchez and Wagner. The game has stopped as they receive medical assistance.
First shot on goal of the game. Sebastián Córdova shot from the distance, but the ball went wide.
Alejandro Bedoya makes a great run down the right flank, but he couldn't connect with that last past.
Philadelphia Union believe they can comeback and book ticket to the final. This is what their manager said last night:
“We have an uphill battle, but with our fans behind us at home, the key becomes not conceding and pushing for that first goal," Curtin said Tuesday. "It’d shift the pressure to them. Our strategy is to just be ourselves at home. We know that we’re capable of scoring more than a goal at this building, we’re capable of keeping a clean sheet. That is our belief, that is our goal.”
Now the home side has a free kick from the distance. Montero tried to hook the ball in, but good job from America's defenders to clear the danger.
Comfortable first save of the night for Blake after a free kick in favor of Club América just outside the box.
And away we go! The game has started!
The starting XI for Club América for tonight's game against Philadelphia Union.
The first ones to warmup for América are the goalkeepers at the Subaru Park.
Philadelphia Union and Club América meet at Subaru Park in the CONCACAF Champions League semi-final second leg fixture on Wednesday.
Both teams went head-to-head last month at Estadio Azteca in the first leg fixture, which ended with a 2-0 win for the Liga MX side thanks to goals in either half by Richard Sánchez and Emanuel Aguilera.
Club América fans are everywhere and they are supporting the team as they travel from their hotel to the stadium for today's match.
The public health department has given the green light to the Liga MX to open the Estadio Azteca at half capacity for the ‘El Clásico Nacional’ between Club América and Chivas on 25 September. This means that around 40 thousand fans will be allowed inside the venue. The Azteca's official capacity is 87,523, though it's record ever attendance was 119,853 for a Mexico - Brazil match in 1968.
Club América, the most successful club in the competition, will face Philadephia Union, who have struggled lately, with only one victory from their four games since the first leg.
Jim Curtin’s side suffered their second consecutive defeat in their last MLS match, after going down 0-1 to New England, although the loss could be attributed to the absence of their key players on international duty.
Hello and welcome to AS English's live coverage of the CONCACAF semi finals match between Philidelphia Union and América at Subaru Park, Pennsylvania. Kick-off is at 9:00 PM (ET).