Several Club América Fans Killed A Man In Philadelphia After Concacaf Champions League Semifinal

Those responsible for the assaults and murder are wanted by the Philadelphia police.

A group of Club America fans are wanted by Philadelphia police after killing a 28-year-old at a Pat’s King of Steaks in South Philadelphia Thursday night. Police reported that four men wearing Club America jerseys assaulted a group of three men that included a 64-year-old father, his 28-year-old son and a friend of the son.

According to police the three victims had attended the Philadelphia Union’s Concacaf Champions League semifinal against Club America and went to Pat’s afterwards. After getting into an argument, the Club America fans reportedly punched and kicked the three victims and used a metal trash can lid during the homicide.

The 64-year-old father and friend were taken to a hospital with minor injuries.

The Pat’s Kings of Steaks has a plethora of security cameras and the owner told reporters that the video shouldn’t be released to the public due to how violent the brawl was. 

“It was just mayhem,” said the owner. “I’m never going to get this vision out of my mind that I watched on the videotape.”

The suspected killers haven’t been caught by police yet, however, the owner says the security footage should be able to help track the four men down.

“They’re all HD,” he said. “Their faces are clear as day. It’s only a matter of time until they’re apprehended.”

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