After a stunning 7-1 win by Germany over Brazil, all that remains to be determined now is who will face the Germans in Sunday’s final. Today, the Netherlands take on Argentina to become that team. ESPN continue to air the games including the ability for mobile soccer fans to watch the NED-ARG World Cup game online via a free live video stream.
The free live video of the 2014 FIFA World Cup games is part of the watchESPN service, which is a free service which lets fans watch world cup soccer and other sports online from almost anywhere on computers and mobile devices.
How to watch FIFA World Cup Soccer Netherlands-Argentina match online free live and replay video:
Mobile device users can watch the World Cup online by downloading the free watchESPN app to their tablets and smart phones, while computer users simply select the watchESPN icon from the web site to start the free live stream.
Argentina and the Netherlands have met 8 times before with NED winning half, playing to a draw 3 times, and losing to ARG only once. Of the 19 goals scored in the 8 matches, Argentina only scored 6, with the Netherlands getting the other 13.
While this may appear to give the edge to the Netherlands, if yesterday’s results between Brazil and Germany tell us anything, it’s that past performance is certainly not a guarantee of future results.
Brazil comes into today’s semi-final having won 12 of its matches as compared to Germany’s 4 wins. The Brazilians have also outscored the Germans 39-24.
But in this do or die match, only the final score at the end of today’s 90 minutes matters, as the winner moves on to Sunday’s final where they will take on the winner between Wednesday’s match between Argentina and the Netherlands.
The NED-ARG world cup match will get underway begins at 5pm local (4pm eastern) and as they did yesterday, the live online and television coverage from ESPN will start at 3pm eastern.