El Tri is the first team from outside Europe or South America to nick a point off Brazil at the World Cup. How did Mexico accomplish the feat? Check out the full recap of this thrilling 0-0 draw and watch Mario Melchiot break it all down.
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Belgium survives Algeria scare
The heavy favorites in Group H toiled through a difficult match against the Fennec Foxes before claiming a 2-1 victory in Belo Horizonte. Algeria may have succumbed in the end, but its defensive organization on the day earned plaudits in the Five Points.
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Akinfeev spills, Russia cleans up
It took a long, long time for the nightcap between Russia and Korea Republic to spark to life. Igor Akinfeev probably wishes it never did, but the final minutes offered some belated entertainment value in this 1-1 draw.
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All Portugal, all the time for battered USA
As their countrymen celebrated John Brooks’ dream goal on Tuesday, the U.S. players shifted their focus to Portugal, writes Leander Schaerlaeckens. They also need to look at the infirmary with Jozy Altidore and Matt Besler nursing hamstring injuries and Clint Dempsey tending to a broken nose. Mario Melchiot explains what Altidore’s absence could mean for the Americans.
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Is the Spanish reign coming to its conclusion?
Spain needs a win against Chile (3:00p.m. ET) to keep its World Cup defense alive. Mario Melchiot has a few thoughts about that game. Oh, and he discussed the match between his beloved Netherlands and Australia (12:00p.m. ET), too. Cameroon and Croatia (6:00p.m. ET) conclude the day in Manaus.