The live broadcast on US television of Mexico against Panama on UniMas delivered TV ratings that beat the baseball playoffs, college football and NFL in key metered markets.
The match between Mexico and Panama was watched by 7.3 million people in the United States on UniMas, the Univision network.
Among adults aged 18-49, the Mexico-Panama match ranks as the third most-viewed telecast ever on UniMás.
Here are tonight’s world soccer news headlines:
- UniMás broadcast of Mexico-Panama match outdelivers baseball playoffs, college football and NFL — TV By The Numbers
- European World Cup qualifying: 18 countries still in race to Brazil — BBC Sport
- FIFA extends sanctions against El Salvador players — FIFA
- Mario Balotelli defended by Italian FA after pushing TV cameraman — The Guardian
- Eidur Gudjohnsen lifts Iceland ‘golden boys’ to the brink of World Cup play-offs — Independent
- Klinsmann’s squad selection against desperate Panama could stunt momentum ahead of World Cup — FOX Soccer
- Cardiff’s Malky Mackay could yet be sacked, admits manager’s agent — The Guardian
- Malky Mackay is still Cardiff boss after a meeting with the club’s board — Sky Sports
- Alan Pardew warns Sunderland boss Gus Poyet over ‘huge’ derby day pressure — Metro
- Arsenal owner Stan Kroenke accused of failing to meet supporter groups — The Guardian
- Chelsea’s Kevin De Bruyne on good terms with Jose Mourinho — Sky Sports
- Major League Soccer says no major changes to schedule in 2014 — Columbus Crew
- Orlando City reveal MLS plans, hope for official word in November — Pro Soccer Talk
- Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross linked to MLS, David Beckham, source — ESPN FC
- Joe-Max Moore, Peter Vermes inducted into National Soccer Hall of Fame — FOX Soccer
- Gillingham hire Peter Taylor as interim manager — Gillingham FC
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