Brazil vs. Mexico: 6 Things We Learned

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Brazil vs. Mexico: 6 Things We Learned
Martin Mejia/Associated Press

Historic scoreless draw for Mexico.

For the first time in its history El Tri grabbed points against Brazil in a World Cup.

It was a team effort, which included some serious saves from Mexican goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa, surprising defensive moves by Francisco Rodriguez and heart from everyone on the squad.

Luiz Felipe Scolari's side couldn't believe what was happening and El Tri kept their demolishing pace.

Now, Mexico have to think of Croatia because another draw secures them a spot in the knockout stage.

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