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Brazil 2-0 Mexico: Neymar steals the show as Brazil progress to the quarter-final

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Job done for Brazil!


Neymar and Firmino’s goals see Brazil into the quarter-final, final score 2-0.

Firmino's goal


Firmino secures the win for Brazil.

Brazil sub

Firmino is on for Coutinho.


Fernandinho is on for Paulinho.

Neymar theatrics

Record breakers

Ochoa save

Brazil chance

Willian bursts into the Mexico box and forces a good save from Ochoa.

Big chance

Paulinho picks up the ball inside the Mexico box and puts it straight at the Mexico keeper, he should do better.

Neymar's goal


Neymar puts Brazil 1-0 after tapping in Willian’s cross.


Brazil get us back underway for the second-half.

Key stats


The first 45 comes to an end, 0-0 the score.

Neymar chance

Neymar chance

First chance for Brazil as Neymar darts into the box but Mexico’s keeper saves well.

Keeper Jesus

Dominant Mexico

15 minutes gone and Mexico are looking the better of the two sides, so far.

Javier Hernández's hair is erm...different

Today's stadium


Mexico get us underway in the first game of the day.

Star man

Dominant Brazil

Mexico fans are ready

Official XI's

Brazil's captain

Mexico XI

Brazil XI

Brazil vs Mexico live streaming & watch online

If you want to watch Brazil vs Mexico online, these are the live streaming instructions.

Match: Brazil vs Mexico

Competition: 2018 World Cup

Date: 02-07-2018

Kick-off time: 15:00 (UK time)

Stadium: Samara Arena

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Hirving Lozano

MOSCOW, RUSSIA – JUNE 17: Hirving Lozano of Mexico celebrates with team mate Andres Guardado of Mexico after scoring his team’s first goal during the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia group F match between Germany and Mexico at Luzhniki Stadium on June 17, 2018 in Moscow, Russia. (Photo by Ryan Pierse/Getty Images)

Brazil vs Mexico live streaming & watch: Match preview

After another exciting round in the knockouts we get the opportunity to witness the brazen Brazil against Mexico at the Samara Arena.

Brazil are hoping to end a streak that’s seen giant sides being eliminated following Spain, Argentina and Portugal’s early exit from the competition.


Brazil arrive after disposing of Serbia 2-0 in the final game of the group stages. Brazil looked defensively strong, dominated midfield and wreaked havoc on the Serbian defensive line with Paulinho, Coutinho and Neymar all combining to inflict devastation. The victory solidified Brazil’s place at the top of the group.

Canarinha will look to influential attacker Neymar to inspire victory and are hoping he will be as fit as possible if they are to mount a credible title challenge. It has been reported that Neymar is not fully fit following his 3 month injury at PSG.

Head coach Tite believes Neymar is improving with performance as he looks to shake off the injury hangover.”He played very, very well against Serbia. I told him that: ‘We know the price you have paid to climb back to this level’. He did everything we asked tactically, defending the full-back, and looked for goal, to dribble, and run with the ball.”

Brazil will need to find a way to maintain their attacking barrage as they’ve often been accused of beginning the game like fire before fizzling out.


Mexico arrive to the game after a storming start to the World Cup. Their run saw them beat Germany and South Korea before succumbing to a devastating hammering by Sweden 3-0. Mexico will look the other games for positivity. They must utilise their front 3 and get Guardado on the ball to allow him to find attackers. Mexico must show Brazil the right amount of respect but not too much.

Mexican coach Juan Carlos Osorio stated that his team will attack Brazil. “We won’t sit back and wait, Brazil’s attackers are too good for that to be the right plan. We will stick to our idea of having at least four or five attacking players.”

Brazil will be without Marcelo as he recovers from a spasm.

Mexico will see suspended Hector Moreno miss out with Ayala likely to replace him.

Brazil will look to repeat history as they make it to the quarter-finals. Something thing hey have done every World Cup since 1990. Mexico on the other hand are looking to progress from round 16 after failing to with their last 6 attempts.

101 Great Goals predicts: Brazil 2 – Mexico 1

Live It Up – World Cup Official song

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