World Cup 2010: Mexico vs. Uruguay Live Stream [UPDATED]
La Celeste would go through as group winners by virtue of having a better goal differential, but according to Villarreal defender Diego Godin, his team is not going to play for a draw to avoid a likely meeting with Argentina.
This will be the 18th match between these two nations. El Tri have won seven, while Uruguay have won three and there have been seven draws. The Mexicans were widely thought to be lacking in offensive firepower prior to their encounter with France, but Javier Aguirre’s men showed that they have the ability to win this tournament.
Uruguay has not advanced from the first round since 1990, and moving on to the next phase of the competition would be a big deal for Oscar Tabarez’s side.
The match kicks-off at 16:00 CET (10:00 a.m ET).
UPDATE: Uruguay beat Mexico 1-0 to finish top of Group A and advance to the last 16 of the tournament.