Mexico and Brazil face each other in the second round of the 2018 World Cup. Russia faces the Samara Arena. Can Neymar and company before the ‘Tri’, from ‘Chicharito’ Hernández?
Mexico vs. Brazil LIVE LIVE ONLINE TV1 for the 2018 World Cup Russia are the faces this Monday, July 2 for the round of 16. The match will start from 9:00 am (Peruvian and Mexican time) at the Samara Arena. The channels in charge of the transmission are DirecTV, Latina, TDN, Sky, TV Azteca. The ‘Canarinha’, with all its stars, wants to get into the quarterfinals. Can he face the ‘Tri’, from ‘Chicharito’ Hernández?
Pending to recover his physical fullness, weighed down by the injury in the fifth metatarsal of the right foot of the one that was operated in March, Neymar prepares to simmer. But at any moment it can explode. Selection of Brazil has gone from strength to strength , solid defense and packaging that gives your Real Madrid midfield Casemiro.
Mexico vs. Brazil: schedules in the world
|Peru||09:00 a.m.||Latina, DirecTV|
|Mexico||09:00 a.m.||Azteca, TDN , SKY , Estrellas|
|Colombia||09:00 a.m.||Caracol and RCN|
|Ecuador||09:00 a.m.||RTS and DirecTV Sports|
|Venezuela||10:00 am||Venevisión, Tves, Meridiano Television, TLT , IVC , DirecTV Sports|
|Bolivia||10:00 am||Red Unitel, Red UNO , Tigo Sports|
|Paraguay||10:00 am||Telefuturo, SNT , Tigo Sports, Movistar Sports|
|Chile||11:00 am||Channel 13 and Mega|
|Uruguay||11:00 am||Channel 10, Montecarlo TV, Uruguayan Television Network and Teledoce|
|Argentina||11:00 am||TyC Sports and Public TV|
|Spain||4:00 pm||Mediaset, Telecinco and Cuatro|
|Sweden||4:00 pm||SVT , TV4|
|South Korea||11:00 pm||SBS|
Brazil began by drawing 1-1 with Switzerland in Rostov, with a goal from Coutinho, which he repeated against Costa Rica, in a match played in St. Petersburg that was not resolved until the added time, thanks to a goal by Barça in 91. another of Neymar, in 97 (2-0). Paulinho and Thiago Silva certified with their goals against Serbia (2-0), in the Spartak stadium in Moscow, the passage to the knockout of the only five-time champion in history.
With a goal from his emerging star, Hirving ‘Chucky’ Lozano, Mexico knocked down the team from Joachim Löw in the Moscow Luzhniki, in a first match that Germany had not stopped winning in the previous seven World Cups. Carlos Vela and ‘Chicharito’ Hernandez, top scorer in the history of ‘Tri’, scored in the triumph against South Korea (2-1), in Rostov; but Mexico slipped against Sweden (0-3) in Yekaterinburg, before the Asians extended their hand to the Mexicans while handing the boarding passes to the Germans.
The Colombian Juan Carlos Osorio – who in Russia turned around his situation to end his name chanted by the Mexican fans – had been criticized because of his constant rotations. After 50 matches without repeating the lineup, he drew against Sweden from the previous match. And everything came out, this time, the opposite of what was expected. A draw would have been worth to circulate through the theoretical ‘soft’ part of the picture, but Mexico fell to Sweden and now will play the quarterfinals against one of the big favorites.With the absence, by sanction, of Héctor Moreno -central of the Real Sociedad-, which will most likely be replaced by Hugo Ayala, there is no other way but to change pieces again. The ‘Tri’ recovers its routine in this way. And he will try a second bombing, making his own the motto of ‘Professor’ Osorio, which invites to play with courage and with “the love to win rather than the fear of losing”. The main doubt of Tite in Brazil will be that of Marcelo, who on Wednesday had to leave the field at the first change, with a spasm in the column. The Madrid left-back has not trained since then. He devoted all his time to physiotherapy and, despite the fact that doctor Rodrigo Lasmar has declared himself optimistic,
Mexico vs. Brazil: probable line-ups
Brazil: Allison; Fagner or Danilo, Miranda, Thiago Silva, Marcelo or Filipe Luis; Casemiro; William, Paulinho, Coutinho; Gabriel Jesús and Neymar Jr.
Mexico: Ochoa; Edson Alvarez, Ayala, Salcedo, Gallardo; Guardado, Herrera; Layún, Vela, Lozano; and ‘Chicharito’ Hernández.