The second match of the first day of quarterfinals in the 2014 World Cup will pit Brazil against Colombia. If you don’t know where to watch this match, we’re here to help you out.
Brazil, the host nation, haven’t had the most smooth of roads. They won two matches in the group stage and drew once with Mexico. In the round of 16, they finished with Chile in a 1-1 draw after 120 minutes, going through on penalty kicks. They are five time World champions and finalists two more times, although in 1950 it was an actual final.
Colombia have been perfect so far, winning all group stage matches against Greece, Ivory Coast and Japan. They beat Uruguay with two James Rodriguez goals in the round of 16. It’s their first appearance in the quarterfinals.
Where to Watch
For those who don’t like streaming but want an application to use, Sopcast is an excellent option. Afterdownloading it, you simply open the program where you can choose which channel you want to view. If you don’t know what channel you need, check out Sopcast football channel list.
For those who prefer streaming, there are plenty of excellent option. Wiziwig.tv is probably the best at providing quality links while also giving the viewer Sopcast options if he prefers. This is the link to the page where you’ll find various streams for the Brazil – Colombia match, although they won’t appear until one hour before kickoff.
Two other reliable and recommended sources for watching matches are First row sports, with this link currently up and more to follow closer to kick off, and the same goes for VIPBOX, offering plenty of links for the matches in different languages: English, German, Italian and French.