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Option 3: Mexico vs Brazil live streaming in the UK
If you live in the UK, you can watch Mexico vs Brazil on Eurosport 5.
Option 4: TV channels showing Mexico vs Brazil in America
In America, watch Mexico vs Brazil on NBC Sports.
Mexico vs Brazil live streaming: Preview
A rematch of the London 2012 Men’s Football Gold Medal match.
Nine years ago at a sold-out Wembley, Oribe Peralta’s brace helped el Tri cause a big upset, beating Brazil 2-1.
This year though, only one of these two great footballing nations can reach the final.
Brazil started this tournament as one of the front-runners and proved just why on matchday one, hammering Germany 4-2 in Yokohama.
They went on to top Group D, drawing 0-0 with Ivory Coast and then beating Saudi Arabia 3-1.
This meant the Seleção would play surprise quarter-finalists Egypt in the last eight on Saturday.
The Pharos had got this far thanks to their defensive resilience, conceding just once in the group phase, and this was on show again.
However, Brazil did make the breakthrough just before half time, Matheus Cunha firing into the bottom corner from the top of the box.
André Jardine’s side dominated throughout but couldn’t find a second, no matter as they advance to the semi-finals.
Brazil are the defending champions after winning their first Gold Medal in Men’s Olympic Football five years ago, beating Germany on home soil.
That was their sixth medal in this competition overall after bronze in 1996 and 2008 and silver in 1984, 1988 and 2012.
Will Brazil book their place in back-to-back finals?
Mexico though will be tough opposition.
El Tri came through Group A in second, losing to Japan but demolishing France 4-1 and South Africa 3-0.
Then, at the weekend, they were involved in a classic against Korea Republic.
It eventually finished 6-3 with Henry Martín and Sebastián Córdova both netting braces while Luis Romo and Eduardo Aguirre were the other scorers.
That gold in 2012 is Mexico’s only medal in Men’s Olympic Football, coming closest before that in 1968 when they lost to Bulgaria at this stage and then Japan.
Now, Jaime Lozano’s side are just one victory away from another medal.
The other semi-final sees hosts Japan take on pre-tournament favourites Spain but who will win this huge game at Kashima Stadium?
Prediction: Mexico 2-3 Brazil
Richarlison is the top scorer at this competition with five.
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