Mexico and Brazil look to square off in front of close to 90,000 at Cowboys Stadium in an international friendly on Sunday.
El Tri have played two international friendlies so far this summer as wins against Wales and Bosnia-Herzegovina look to harden up Mexico as they prepare for CONCACAF play. However, what they will face on Sunday versus Brazil will serve as an ultimate test for the Mexican National Team. El Tri and Brazil will clash at Jerry's World a.k.a. Cowboys Stadium on Sunday afternoon in front of close to 90,000 strong.
Brazil is fresh off of a 4-1 trouncing of the United States, and Mexico eeked by Bosnia-Herzegovina as 'Chicharito' Javier Hernandez scored off the bench to put in the game-winning goal, in a 1-0 victory.
Here is the pertinent information for the international friendly, if you're in the states I hope you have Univision.
Game Date/Time: Sunday, 2:30 p.m. ET
Venue: Cowboys Stadium, Arlington, Texas
TV: Univision (U.S.), ESPN (U.K.)
We'll have updates and live coverage in our Brazil vs. Mexico StoryStream. For more on Mexican football, head over to FMF State Of Mind.