Mexico soccer fans are gearing up for March 17th’s friendly with North Korea (or Corea del Norte in Spanish) at the Corona stadium in Torreón as El Tri continues its FIFA World Cup 2010 preparation.
The game will take place at 7:50 PM Pacific Time / 10:50 PM Eastern Time on Wednesday, March 17th, 2010 and will be shown in the United States on Spanish language network Telemundo. However, if you don’t have access to a television or are trapped working the second or third shift and want to check out proceedings, we’ve got the solution for you – stream the game for FREE and LEGALLY courtesy of Telemundo and terra.com.
Based on our research, the Mexico vs. North Korea game will be streamed live and at no cost at terra.com (click the link to go directly to the stream site) within the United States.
Coverage starts at 7:50 PM Pacific Time / 10:50 PM Eastern Time. More details (in Spanish only) about the stream can be found at this terra.com link.
Here’s the Mexico squad for Wednesday’s friendly.
Goalkeepers: Guillermo Ochoa (América), Luis Michel (Guadalajara).
Defenders: Oscar Rojas (América), José Antonio Castro (Tigres), Jonny Magallón (Guadalajara), Juan Carlos Valenzuela (América), Jorge Torres Nilo (Atlas).
Midfielders: Jesús Molina (Tigres), Patricio Araujo (Guadalajara), Daniel Arreola (Atlante), Luis Miguel Noriega (Puebla), Braulio Luna (San Luis), Jonathan dos Santos (FC Barcelona, España).
Forwards: Alberto Medina (Guadalajara), Cuauhtémoc Blanco (Veracruz), Angel Reyna (América), Javier Hernández (Guadalajara), Vicente Matías Vuoso (Santos).