Pachuca took a huge step towards the CONCACAF Champions League quarter-finals as the Vancouver Whitecaps booked their place.
Liga MX outfit Pachuca were dominant in their Group E clash against Police United, recording an 11-0 win.
It took them 22 minutes to open the scoring through Mateus at FFB Field in Belmopan on Tuesday, but it was one-way traffic from then on.
Hirving Lozano, a Manchester United target in the off-season, struck four times for the visitors.
Jose Joaquin Esquivel and Ruben Botta finished with braces in the comprehensive victory, with four goals coming in the final 20 minutes.
It marked a new record for most goals scored in a single CONCACAF Champions League match.
Pachuca are top of the group on nine points, six clear of Olimpia and nine ahead of bottom-placed Police United.
The Vancouver Whitecaps sealed top spot in Group C after a dramatic 2-1 win over Sporting Kansas City.
Erik Hurtado saw his opener cancelled out by Diego Rubio, but the Whitecaps found a late winner through 15-year-old Alphonso Davies.
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Guatemalan outfit Suchitepequez held Real Esteli to a 1-1 draw to remain unbeaten in Group H.