Mexico vs. Chile Live Stream: Watch Online Streaming International Friendly Match El Tri Levi's Stadium

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Sep 06, 2014 09:46 PM EDT
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Miguel Herrera and Giovani Dos Santos of Mexico
Miguel Herrera and Giovani Dos Santos of Mexico warm up during Mexico's National Team training session at Levi's Stadium September 05, 2014 in Santa Clara, United States. "

Mexico and Chile are playing an International Friendly match on Saturday night from Levi's Stadium in their first action since the World Cup in Brazil and the game from Santa Clara starts at 9 pm ET and is streaming live from ESPN on the ESPN3 live stream website from WatchESPN as Miguel Herrera looks to get El Tri going.

Mexico got into the World Cup with help from the rival United States and now the team turns its eyes towards Russia 2018 and that will be a massive tournament for these two. Chile had a strong showing at the World Cup and now these teams will be playing and the Mexican side now has a game against Chile and then Mexico has a game against Bolivia and that will be in Denver. Rafael Marquez will be out for this stretch and they have a number of new faces coming in for this team.

Arturo Vidal is one of the key players for Chile and he will be out and now both Mexico and Chile come in after losing in the Round of 16 at the World Cup in Brazil. Chile comes in after losing to Brazil on penalty kicks and that was some and that came along with Mexico losing to the Dutch. The Netherland won over Mexico in dramatic fashion, coming back from being one down right at the end and that was a massive defeat for the team.

Check here for the Mexico and Chile live coverage from ESPN.

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