Telemundo’s coverage of Costa Rica against Mexico on US television reached a total viewing audience of 8 million on Tuesday night.
Called by Andres Cantor alongside Sammy Sadovnik providing analysis and commentary, the match ranked as the highest-rated Mexican National Team match of the year among total viewers in any network, and reached a cumulative audience of eight million total viewers and 4.7 million adults 18-49.
Locally, the “Rumbo al Mundial” match was #1 regardless of language among total viewers in Los Angeles, Miami, Houston and Dallas, as well as #1 among adults 18-49 in Los Angeles, Miami, Houston, Chicago, Dallas, Phoenix and San Francisco. Furthermore, “Rumbo al Mundial” was #1 among men ages 18-49 in Dallas , New York, Los Angeles, Miami, Houston, Chicago, Dallas, San Francisco and Phoenix.
Here are tonight’s world soccer news headlines:
- Telemundo’s coverage of Mexico vs Costa Rica reaches 8 million total viewers — TV By The Numbers
- Poland consider Sven Goran-Eriksson after sacking coach — Evening Standard
- Bob Bradley: Egypt will not sack coach after Ghana defeat — BBC Sport
- Adnan Januzaj’s father angry with Belgium coach over international plans — The Guardian
- Nike plan two new England shirts ahead of Brazil 2014 World Cup — The Mail
- Liverpool’s Anfield redevelopment plans hit by impasse over six neighbouring properties — Telegraph
- Everton midfielder Darron Gibson to undergo surgery after suffering anterior cruciate ligament damage — Telegraph
- What should it cost to attend a Premier League match or why Man Utd and Arsenal fans hold the high ground — Forbes
- Swansea City striker Leroy Lita joins Brighton on loan — Evening Post
- Sunderland forward Steven Fletcher could be fit for Swansea clash, reveals Gus Poyet — The Mirror
- Martín Demichelis in line for Manchester City debut at West Ham — The Guardian
- Tottenham eye January move for frustrated PSG star Ezequiel Lavezzi — Evening Standard
- Stoke City lodge complaint with referees’ chief over Roger East — The Telegraph
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