DC United Players Robbed During CONCACAF Champions League Match vs. Queretaro

The Washington Post's Steven Goff reported Monday that some members of D.C. United had their cellphones and cash stolen last week in Queretaro, Mexico, during the squad's CONCACAF Champions League match against Queretaro F.C.  

"S--t happens down there," manager Ben Olsen said, per Goff. "It's upsetting that stuff like that still goes down in CONCACAF."

However, Queretaro F.C released a statement in Spanish, via Twitter, denying any phones were stolen from the stadium. ESPN FC's Tom Marshall provided a short summary:

Per Steven Streff of SB Nation's Black and Red United, the club will compensate the D.C. United players:

Olsen commended both CONCACAF and Queretaro F.C. for what he called a "very professional" response to the incident, per Goff.'s Thomas Floyd added that no evidence points to either the club or match organizers having direct involvement in the...

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