World Cup Kicks Off With South Africa Mexico Tie
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World Cup Kicks Off With South Africa Mexico Tie

South Africa and Mexico kicked off the World Cup soccer tournament with an exciting 1-1 tie. Both teams had their chances to put the game away. Mexico was the aggressor in the first half and was denied a goal with an offside call. South Africa the bafana bafana relaxed in the second half and broke open a scoreless game with a strike by the awesomely named Siphiwe Tshabalala. Mexico on its heels followed with a game tying goal by Rafael Marquez. The goal deflated the South African home crowd a bit but the celebrating continue as South Africa kept the home country not losing the first match streak alive.

The World Cup is being broadcast live by ESPN and online at espn3. This probably the best outlet to watch world cup 2010 online. ESPN3 is formerly espn 360. Most Americans are at work and in need of world cup live steaming. Univision deportes univision futbol is also a great way to watch the world cup no matter what language you speak. The excitement in the game, players, and match comes through the broadcast.

ESPN ESPN3 and Univision will broadcast France versus Uruguay live from Cape Town, South Africa in the second game of an exciting opening day in the World Cup. Univision will also broadcast the

ABC will broadcast the rivalry born in 1776, U.S. versus England live at 1:30 pm eastern 10:30 am pacific.


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