Concluding a great day of international soccer friendly (ESPN live stream) action is a game between Mexico and Nigeria, which according to a March 5, 2014 ESPN-FC report, has a TV start time of 8:30 p.m. EST (7:30 p.m. CST/6:30 p.m. MST/5:30 p.m. PST) on ESPN-News and Watch-ESPN (online).
The Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Ga., will be the site for what many are calling a lopsided matchup. International friendly soccer oddsmakers agree, giving El Tri the nod this evening despite being in a neutral location.
According to the latest money lines, Mexico’s national team comes in as a -105 money-line favorite to defeat a Nigerian side that’s a huge +260 underdog. The OVER/UNDER for this live stream game is set at a combined total of 2½ goals, and alternate goal spreads have Mexico at -½ [-105] and Nigeria at +½ [-115].
Nevertheless, Manchester United’s Javier “Chicharito” Hernandez was very thankful when manager Miguel Herrera penciled his name into tonight’s starting lineup alongside: Guillermo Ochoa, Diego Reyes, Rafa Marquez, Hector Moreno, Paul Aguilar, Andres Guardado, Hector Herrera, Juan Carlos Medina, Luis Montes and Oribe Peralta.
“Whether I have the goals or the statistics or not, the truth is I try to leave my heart and soul in the match, I commit to deliver everything I have,” the struggling Manchester striker told ESPN Tuesday night. “I am truly grateful to him because he didn’t have to support me. He is the coach and we all have to give our souls to earn a spot on the team, but we can’t live in the past either.”
Can El Chicharito get out of his funk and help his countrymen win this World Cup 2014 warm-up game against a Nigerian squad with nothing to lose in this evening’s international friendly? Tonight’s Mexico vs. Nigeria TV (game time) broadcast is slated for 8:30 p.m. EST and so is the Watch-ESPN (online) live streaming feed.
Also courtesy of the Worldwide Leader in Sports, soccer fans can stream this soccer match (and replays) straight to a desktop or a number of (Internet) mobile devices (click here). To watch replays of some of today's 2014 World Cup (warm-up) international friendly soccer action simply click here for USA vs. Ukraine and click here for Argentina vs. Romania.