The home team achieved a landslide 13-0 victory and removed the Dominican Republic from the top position in group D.
The first goal came at minute seven, after a kick by Armando Cooper.
Other goals were added later, with the local team demonstrating their superiority to over five thousand fans.
There was a bit of everything in the game, even a penalty shot by Gabriel Torres, who scored four goals, leaving the scoreboard 4-0 at the end of the first half, a score that the home team expanded on during the second half without much effort, while rookie Francisco Palacios headbutted the ball one minute from the final whistle.
Last night’s game was the first between both teams in the history of the World Cup qualifying rounds of the Concacaf.