Final: Fans celebrate as Brazil wins 2-0.
90+2: Brazil leads by two with four minutes left of extra time and fans are on the edge of their seats.
88th: Brazil doubles the lead with a goal from Firmino. Fans lose it.
80th: “I honestly don’t know a lot of soccer, but this game has had me on my feet,” said Ana Gomes.
68th: Brazil couldn’t capitalize on a scoring opportunity.
63rd: Brazil is denied another goal by Ochoa
59th: “I took the day off work to watch Brazil beat Mexico and advance to the quarter final,” Pedro Silva said. “I have co-workers that are from Mexico, so this game has even more meaning to me.”
51st: Fans go crazy after Neymar’s goal
Halftime: Patrons eating Brazilian steak, sausages, rice and beans
28th: Brazil fans are on their feet after some missed scoring opportunities.
25th: Brazil’s Neymar shoots and is blocked by Ochoa, Mexico’s goalkeeper
It’s a clash of two Latin teams.
Mexico is going for the highly coveted fifth game, having been knocked out in recent World Cups in the round of sixteen.
Brazil is seeking its sixth World Cup, led by Neymar, soccer’s most expensive transfer after switching from Barcelona to Paris Saint Germain.
Our reporter Nick Rodriguez will be reporting live from Boteco, a Brazilian restaurant in the City of Miami.