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Mexico vs United States, World Cup Qualifier: Open Thread

azteca stadium Mexico vs United States, World Cup Qualifier: Open Thread

One of the biggest clashes in world soccer happens tonight when the United States plays against Mexico in the fortress known as Azteca Stadium in Mexico City.

Mexico, who have drawn their first two matches of World Cup qualifying, will be desperate for a win tonight against their arch-enemy. The United States will be hoping to beat Mexico for only the second time ever in their history at the Azteca.

Expect a frenetic match with plenty of tough tackles and a fever pitch atmosphere. If the US can get an early goal, don’t be surprised if the Mexican fans turn on their players.

For viewers in the United States, Mexico against USA will be shown live on ESPN beginning at 9:30pm ET. Kick-off time is 10:30pm ET live from Azteca Stadium.

For tonight’s match between between Mexico and the United States, follow the conversation in the comments section below with soccer fans throughout North America.


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