One of the best matches we should see in the World Cup takes place between the Netherlands and Mexico in the round of 16, and if you don’t know where to watch it, we’re here to help.
In terms of past success, both sides don’t have any trophies in the tournament, but the Netherlands have been much closer. They’ve been to the World Cup final three times – 1974, 1978 and 2010, twice losing in extra time. They were perfect in this group stage with wins over Australia, Chile and Spain, as both Robin van Persie and Arjen Robben have scored three goals each for the side.
Mexico have been to the round of 16 five consecutive times since being suspended from the 1990 World Cup. However, in all five instances they’ve ended up getting knocked out of the tournament. They had a successful group stage, finishing behind Brazil (who they drew with 0-0), beating both Cameroon and Croatia quite convincingly.
Where to Watch
For those who don’t like streaming but want an application to use, Sopcast is an excellent option. After downloading 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 Netherlands – Mexico 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 these links (1 2 3) 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, Spanish, German, French, Italian, Portuguese.