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The game is underway, but better late than never.

Can Neymar continue the brilliance he showed in game one? Can Mexico shock the home team and the world? They've won 7 of the last 15 against Brazil, including 2 of the last 4 games.

#MEX LINE-UP: Ochoa, Rodriguez, Marquez (c), Herrera, Layun, Dos Santos, Moreno, Guardado, Peralta, Aguilar, Vazquez #BRAMEX #WorldCup
#MEX LINE-UP: Ochoa, Rodriguez, Marquez (c), Herrera, Layun, Dos Santos, Moreno, Guardado, Peralta, Aguilar, Vazquez #BRAMEX #WorldCup
Mexico's Guillermo Ochoa with a massive "world class" save off a Neymar header on goal in the 25th minute.
Ochoa's save - full extension. Unreal. #BRAvsMEX
Mexican goalkeeper Ochoa making a save

12:52 PM PT: Heading into half-time, the score is 0-0. Per the announcers, the only other time Brazil has remained scoreless the first half, in a World Cup game played Brazil, was the 1950 final.  

1:06 PM PT: On other World Cup news, devastating announcement from Portugal.

BREAKING: Fabio #Coentrão

is out of the #WorldCup #POR


1:13 PM PT: Mexico really turning up the pressure in the second half with some nice attacks and a shot on goal in the 54th minute.

1:15 PM PT: 55th minute: Mexico shot on goal

56th minute: Mexico shot on goal.

I'm seeing a patter here!

1:16 PM PT: Mexico's Paul Aguilar issued a yellow card in the 58th minute.

1:20 PM PT: Mexico's Vazquez issued a yellow card in the 61st minute.

1:34 PM PT: Brazil shot on goal, went wide in 75th minute.


1:48 PM PT: Click here to see Ochoa's amazing save:

#WorldCup Gif: Incredible save by Mexico's Guillermo Ochoa to keep it 0-0 in the 87' #BRAvsMEX

1:56 PM PT: Dat Save. #BRAvsMEX #livegif on Twitpic

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