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Netherlands Come Back To Win 2-1 Vs. Mexico: Official #NEDMEX Twitter Feed And Video Highlights
The Round of 16 continues this afternoon as The Netherlands seek a return to the finals, which they lost in 2010 to Spain, 1-0. Robin van Persie is back from a one-game ban incurred vs. Chile on Monday in Group B. Leroy Fer is questionable due a hamstring injury. Bruno Martins Indi is also a question mark (concussion), with Dirk Kuyt likely to start in his place.
Mexico seeks to reach the quarterfinals for the first time since 1986. It will be missing defensive midfielder Jose Juan Vazquez (due to an impressive accumulation of yellow cards), with Carlos Salcido taking his place.
Watch The Netherlands vs Mexico live streaming below:
Keep up with the action official Twitter hashtag of The Netherlands-Mexico:
Sneijder equalizes for the Netherlands off a corner kick.
— Craig Robinson (@flipflopflying) June 29, 2014
It’s just Ochoa being Ochoa.
Dos Santos puts Mexico on top 1-0.
Robin van Persie scored 5 goals in 8 WorldCup group-play matches, but he is 0-for-5 in knockout round. Netherlands vs Mexico—noon ET, @ESPN.
— Elias Sports Bureau (@EliasSports) June 29, 2014
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