TWO DOWN, ONE TO GO
It's been an engaging game in Fortaleza, and there's one more match left from today's line-up. The Global Stadium is open for Russia-Korea Republic, so join us for all the build-up, a minute-by-minute report and all the video highlights from the last two teams yet to feature at Brazil 2014.
Mexico have ended Brazil's ten match winning streak, which was the longest worldwide. It is also the first time Brazil have failed to score in the World Cup since 25 June 2010 (against Portugal).
|8||Attempts On Target||3|
|0||Total Goals scored||0|
has been elected Man of the Match
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FULL TIME: It's ended goalless in the Estadio Castelao, but that doesn't tell half the story. A magnificent performance by El Tri goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa kept Brazil at bay and Mexico took the game to the hosts in a pulsating encounter. Neither side could break the deadlock though, and they both go into their final group games level on four points.
Jimenez receives the ball on the Mexican right from a speedy counter-attack and hits a bouncing ball towards goal. Julio Cesar keeps it out.
|Luiz Felipe SCOLARI (BRA)||Miguel HERRERA (MEX)|