World Cup: Brazil And Mexico Ends In A Draw

| June 17, 2014 | 0 Comments

The marquee event for Tuesday sports action was an exciting one for soccer fans. The host nation Brazil and Mexico finished with a scoreless draw.

The matchup was a thrilling one that featured Mexico’s goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa scoring a few phenomenal saves that kept goals off the board for Brazil. This was more than enough to ensure a 0-0 draw between the two teams.

With the draw, both Brazil and Mexico end up with four points after two games in Group A. However, Brazil is ahead on goal difference and will take this lead into the decisive final matches.

Cameroon and Croatia, who both suffered defeats in their respective first games, will face off against each other Wednesday for their second games.

All in all Ochoa made four crucial but impressive saves that kept Brazil at bay and set the tone for even more exciting Cup matchups in the near future. Here is one of Ochoa’s spectacular save’s against Brazil’s Neymar.

In sports, games ending in draws typically are not impressive. However, after watching an exciting matchup between Brazil and Mexico Tuesday afternoon, it is hard to really argue against the results of two competitive forces.

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