When the US Men’s National Team squares off against Portugal at the World Cup on Sunday, the fans will be watching. Yet, even before the US takes on Cristiano Ronaldo and Portugal, you can watch two more World Cup games to prepare yourself for all the action as South Korea takes on Algeria and Russia plays against Belgium. According to the Bleacher Report on Saturday, all three of the games are available to live stream at home and at work. The biggest game on Sunday has to be the USMNT and the competition against Portugal.
With the USA men grabbing a victory in the last minutes of the game against Ghana on the World Cup match held on June 16, soccer hype has never been bigger in America as fans are tuning in to see what happens next. The team is one-third of the way through the group of death and looking sharp as they have an advantage, especially if they win on Sunday against Portugal.
Portugal, who is ranked 4th in the world, has some strong players and offers a real competition. Reflecting on the current players for Portugal, the team hasn’t played their best since arriving for the World Cup. In the first game, the team was beaten by Germany and star forward Cristiano Ronaldo has been closely watched as he has been nursing an injury which has kept everyone’s interest. It will be interesting to see if USA can beat Portugal and advances out of the group stage.
The USA vs. Portugal match will be broadcast on ESPN (in America) and BBC1 (in the United Kingdom.) Plus live stream coverage is available on Watch ESPN and the BBC iPlayer. Today's big game between the USA and Portugal will kick off at 6 p.m. ET. Expect to see your friends, neighbors and even strangers cheer on America as they try to win. The team has an excellent chance to keep their dream alive of winning the World Cup and move on in the competition.