Mexico vs New Zealand 2014 World Cup Playoff Date, Time Schedule

by Sameer Arshad | Posted on Monday, November 11th, 2013 | 1

New Zealand vs Mexico Live

Watch Mexico vs New Zealand Live 1st leg & 2nd Leg:
[ First leg will be on 13 November 2013 at around 20:30 BST, while 2nd leg will be on 20th and we will update the page with kickoff time of this match. Tune in here 30 minutes before the start of the match to get live streams here ]

Mexico vs New Zealand – Date, Kickoff Times & TV Channel Schedule

FIFA World Cup 2014 Intercontinental Playoff – 1st Leg
Mexico 5-1 New Zealand – Match Highlights
[ Goals Video and Match Result ]

  1. 32′ Paul Aguilar
  2. 40′ Raul Jimenez
  3. 48′ Oribe Peralta
  4. 80” Oribe Peralta
  5. 84′ Rafael Marquez
  6. 85’Chris James

FIFA World Cup 2014 Intercontinental Playoff – 2nd Leg
New Zealand vs Mexico
Date: 20 November 2013 – Time: TBC
Venue: Wellington Footbal Stadium.

[ Check back later for live streams ]

New Zealand vs Mexico Preview & Predictions:
In the FIFA World Cup qualifiers playoff for the Inter-Continental playoffs which will involve Mexico who finished 4th in their qualifying zone will be taking on Ociana winners New Zealand in a bid to get through to the FIFA World Cup, on paper this looks like a miss match and Mexico are clear favourites but if we look at their form in the recent year or so they have been woefull in front of goal and could only manage a 4th place finish in their qualifiers.

New Zealand on the other hand are kind of a team who are playing some solid football, but they are not up to the level of world elite. First leg of the double header will be played on 13 November at Azteca Stadium, Mexico City, Mexico while the 2nd leg will be in Wellington Regional Stadium, Wellington, New Zealand on 20th November we will have both the matches live for you as both the teams look to get through the World Cup proper.


A very harsh draw for New Zealand, who are a good team but simply not up to the level of Mexico in terms of technique and gameplay and its cruel for them to be paired against a team who finished 4th in their regional qualifiers. I can see a mexico 4-1 rubbing over both legs even if the El Tai dont bring their “A” game

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  • Sideline Ref

    Regardless of how well NZ play they will never make it to Brazil. 100s million vs 4 million Fifa will loose millions of dollars if NZ wins so you can be sure FIFA will find a way not to let that happen.

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