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Brazil And Mexico Draw 0-0 In A Match Dominated By World-Class Goalkeeping

Brazil and Mexico draw 0-0 after 90 minutes of phenomenal goalkeeping by Mexico’s Guillermo Ochoa.

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FINAL: Brazil and Mexico play to a 90 minute scoreless draw, which was dominated by world-class goalkeeping.

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Another huge save by Mexico’s Guillermo Ochoa. Brazil so close to putting a sure game-winner away.

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Thiago Silva booked in the 80th minute for a hard tackle.

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Another shot just off the mark for Brazil with around 15 minutes left in the match.

“Chicharito” Hernandez into the match for Mexico in the 74th minute. Still scoreless.

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Brazil with their first substitution of the match: Fred comes off and Jo is now on.

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Another close chance for the Mexican side, with the match opening up a lot in the 2nd half.

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Second yellow card of the match. This one issued to Mexico’s Paul Aguilar in the 59th minute.

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Mexico with a great shot early in the 2nd half that lifts just above the crossbar.

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The second half is now underway between Brazil and Mexico!

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Brazil and Mexico are scoreless at the half.

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First yellow card of the match issued to Ramires of Brazil in the 45th minute.

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Still scoreless in the 35th minute.

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Guillermo Ochoa’s save on Neymar’s header might be the best save of the World Cup so far.

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Neymar with great ball control, but tackled by a Mexican defender. Still no cards issued through the 26th minute.

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Hard challenge by Dani Alves leads to a stern verbal warning from the official. No cards issued in the match yet.

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A patch of Mexican fans surrounded by Brazilian fans in the upper deck of the stadium.

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Brazil and Mexico are now underway!

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Brazil has not lost a match on Brazilian soil since August 21, 2002, versus Paraguay when they lost 1-0 in a friendly.

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Today’s match will be a rematch of the 2012 London Olympic Final, which Mexico beat Brazil 2-1 to win the Olympic Gold Medal.

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Brazil leads Mexico in head-to-head wins with 22 to 10, and has out-scored Mexico 71 to 36.

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Mexican fans gather in Mexico City to cheer on their national team.

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Brazilian fans gather to watch at Copacabana Beach in Rio de Janeiro.

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Projected line-up for Brazil from ESPN.

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Projected line-up for Mexico from ESPN.

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Mexico is coming off 1-0 win versus Cameroon and is second in Group A, behind Brazil due to goal differential.

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Brazil is coming off a 3-1 win versus Croatia and is on top of Group A with three points.

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