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Mexico vs Cameroon, World Cup: Open Thread

mexico cameroon 600x338 Mexico vs Cameroon, World Cup: Open Thread

Reports that over 20,000 Mexicans are in Natal for the Group A game against Cameroon in the second game of the World Cup thus far.

Where to watch the Mexico vs Cameroon game on US television. Kick-off time is Noon ET/9am PT:

• English language: ESPN2 and WatchESPN
• Spanish language: Univision, Univision Deportes Network and Univision online
• Portuguese language: ESPN Deportes

Mexico Starting XI:

Cameroon Starting XI:

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14 Responses to Mexico vs Cameroon, World Cup: Open Thread

  1. Mufc77 says:

    I’ve never been a fan of all this hugging and handshakes with the opponents in the tunnel.

  2. R.O says:

    Go Cameroon! :-)

  3. Christopher Harris says:

    Brilliant game so far. Very open, but Mexico got robbed with that goal that was disallowed.

  4. Tony Butterworth says:

    I don’t like the commentator team on ESPN3.

    I really miss the 15 second rewind the NBC has on it’s online viewer.

    • R.O says:

      I’m not watching on ESPN either. Watching on Univision. The two latin commentators ESPN are using are horrible.

      • Flyvanescence says:

        Theyr ESPN’s Mexico commentary team. I dont mind them.

        The guys on espn radio are much better today

        • R.O says:

          Yes I know. Realistically most Spanish language speaking Mexican fans and generally spanish speaking football fans won’t be watching Mexico on ESPN, they’ll be watching it on Univision.

          So no need for ESPN to use Mexico commentary team.

  5. ivan says:

    Wow. 2 legitimate goals disallowed for Mexico. Referees in the world cup, the gift that just keeps giving!

  6. Tony Butterworth says:

    ESPN3 Tactical Cam has full field view and no commentators :)

  7. Christopher Harris says:

    I can’t believe it’s still only 1-0 to Mexico in this game!

  8. R.O says:

    Oh well. If Mexico play like this against Brazil and Brazil play as poorly as they did yesterday, Mexico has a chance to get a win against them (this coming from me who isn’t a Mexico fan).

    Croatia will be more physical but again, if Mexico play like today, they can beat Croatia.

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