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they play in Kashima a final advanced by the . Two Olympic powers of this discipline now decide the classification to the last instance in search of gold. To see the game of you will be able to tune them by the signal of . Find out here how to follow the duel via streaming and mobile app.

The Mexico National Team will form with Ochoa, Esquivel, Montes, Jesús Alberto Angulo, Vásquez, Loroña, Córdova, Romo, Martín, Vega and Antuna. The Brazil National Team goes with Santos, Diego Carlos, Guilherme Arana, Nino, Dani Alves, Bruno Guimaraes, Dougla Luiz, Richarlison, Claudinho, Paulinho and Antonio.

MEXICO – BRAZIL: FOLLOW THE INCIDENTS OF TODAY’S MATCH

In the history of the Olympic Games, no country has risen higher to the podium in men’s soccer than Brazil. With six Olympic medals in total, the Brazilian team has the opportunity to guarantee another in the duel against Mexico, this Tuesday (3), for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.

In case of victory against the Mexicans, Brazil qualifies for the final and guarantees at least silver in Tokyo 2020. This would be the seventh medal in the history of the Brazilian team in the men’s soccer tournament of the Olympic Games. In addition to expanding Brazil’s lead in podium numbers, the final would also bring other major brands to Brazil.

With a medal in Tokyo, the team could be on the podium in four consecutive editions of the Olympic Games, a feat performed only by Yugoslavia, between 1948 and 1960. With a place in the final, Brazil would still have a fighting chance. for the two-time Olympic Games. To date, only Great Britain, Uruguay, Hungary and Argentina have won two consecutive gold medals.

The rivalry between Brazil Y Mexico Win another chapter this Tuesday (3). At Kashima Stadium, Japan, the two countries decide one of the places in the final of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

This will be the 14th clash between the Olympic teams (under-23 *) of Brazil and Mexico. So far, there are five Brazilian victories, four draws and four Mexican victories. In total, there are 14 goals from Brazil and 11 goals from Mexico.

Even though Brazil has a favorable record, it is Mexico that won the only game at the Olympics. It was in London 2012, in the final of the tournament, that the Mexicans defeated the Seleção 2-1, now Brazil is trying to return in kind and eliminate their rivals from the competition in Tokyo.

How to watch Mexico – Brazil via TUDN live and free?

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How to watch Mexico – Brazil live via TV Azteca?

Now you can enjoy on the TV Azteca En Vivo app. Here you will find live broadcasts of all your favorite Azteca UNO, Azteca 7, a + and adn40 programs, soccer matches and exclusive broadcasts that you will not find on television.

To do this, just go to the Google Play application store on our smart TV, search for the VLC player and proceed with its installation. Once this is done, from the menu option Media> Open network location, we can enter the URL of the channel we want to play and that’s it.

How to watch Mexico – Brazil on Marca Claro live for free on YouTube?

is a Latin American television channel of Mexican origin, exclusively sports. It is distributed by the television provider Claro TV, except in Mexico where it is offered by operators such as Dish, Axtel, Megacable and Totalplay.

At what time do Mexico vs Brazil play live for Tokyo 2020?

  • Peru: 3:00 hours
  • Ecuador: 3:00 hours
  • Colombia: 3:00 hours
  • Mexico: 3:00 hours
  • Venezuela: 4:00 hours
  • Bolivia: 4:00 hours
  • Chile: 4:00 hours
  • Paraguay: 4:00 hours
  • Argentina: 5:00 hours
  • Uruguay: 5:00 hours
  • Brazil: 5:00 a.m.
  • Spain: 8:00 a.m.
  • Japan: 5:00 p.m.

How does Mexico reach the semifinal of Tokyo 2020?

Until the fight for the medals, surpassed the group stage as second in the A key, after beating France (4-1), losing against Japan (2-1) and regaining sensations against South Africa (3-0), reaching a quarter-final where he showed everything his potential scorer by endorsing a set to South Korea (6-3).

07/22/21 | 4-1 France | First date

07/25/21 | Japan 2-1 | second date

07/28/21 | South Africa 0-3 | third date

07/31/21 | South Korea 3-6 | quarter finals

How does Brazil get to the Tokyo 2020 semi-final?

The current Olympic champion, , led from start to finish a zone D that began by beating Germany (4-2) and closed beating Saudi Arabia (3-1) before drawing with Ivory Coast (0-0), thus sealing the ticket to the quarters where a goal from Matheus Cunha served to defeat Egypt (1-0).

07/22/2021 | 4-2 Germany | First date

07/25/21 | 0-0 Ivory Coast | second date

07/28/21 | Saudi Arabia 1-3 | third date

07/31/21 | 1-0 Egypt | quarter finals

Clashes between Mexico and Brazil for Olympic duels

The rivalry between Brazil and Mexico wins another chapter this Tuesday (3). At Kashima Stadium, Japan, the two countries decide one of the places in the final of the .

This will be the 14th clash between the Olympic teams (under-23 *) of Brazil and Mexico. So far, there are five Brazilian victories, four draws and four Mexican victories. In total, there are 14 goals from Brazil and 11 goals from Mexico.

Even though Brazil has a favorable record, it is Mexico that won the only game at the Olympics. It was in London 2012, in the final of the tournament, that the Mexicans defeated the Seleção 2-1, now Brazil is trying to return in kind and eliminate their rivals from the competition in Tokyo.

Games: 13

Brazil victories: 5

Ties: 4

Mexico wins: 4

Goals from Brazil: 14

Goals for Mexico: eleven

Biggest win: Brazil 6 x 2 Mexico – Chicago Pan American Games (1959)

Major defeat: Brazil 0 x 2 Mexico – Concacaf Gold Cup (1996)

Brazil, the greatest Olympic medalists, seeks the podium in Tokyo

In the history of the Olympic Games, no country has risen higher to the podium in men’s soccer than Brazil. With six Olympic medals in total, the Brazilian team has the opportunity to guarantee another in the duel against Mexico, this Tuesday (3), for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.

In case of victory against the Mexicans, Brazil qualifies for the final and guarantees at least silver in Tokyo 2020. This would be the seventh medal in the history of the Brazilian team in the men’s soccer tournament of the Olympic Games. In addition to expanding Brazil’s lead in podium numbers, the final would also bring other major brands to Brazil.

With a medal in Tokyo, the team could be on the podium in four consecutive editions of the Olympic Games, a feat performed only by Yugoslavia, between 1948 and 1960. With a place in the final, Brazil would still have a fighting chance. for the two-time Olympic Games. To date, only Great Britain, Uruguay, Hungary and Argentina have won two consecutive gold medals.

Mexico – Brazil: possible lineups for the match in Tokyo 2020

: Guillermo Ochoa; Jorge Sánchez; César Montes, Johan Vásquez, Vladimir Loroña; Luis Romo, Carlos Rodríguez, Sebastián Córdova, Alexis Vega, Diego Lainez, Henry Martín.

: Saints; Dani Alves, Diego Carlos, Guilherme Arana, Nino, Luiz Douglas, Bruno Guimaraes, Claudinho, Matheus Cunha, Richarlison, Antony.

Mexico – Brazil: more details ahead of today’s game