It was a must win for Mexico in today's FIFA World Cup 2014 match against Croatia. El Tri played an honorable game and the goals started raining at minute 72 after Rafa Marquez scored after a corner kick. Soon after Andres Guardado scored a second goal and Javier "Chicharito" Hernández sealed the deal with a third one. The Croatian team felt the pressure and was able to get past the Memo Ochoa wall and score one for their team. The Mexican team now has a pass to the second stage of this soccer tournament and eliminated Croatia from this first phase. Mexico, Brazil and Germany are the three teams that have gone past the groups stage in a consecutive manner. Relive the awesome goals from Marquez, Guardado and Chicharito down below!

Guillermo Ochoa became the MVP of the Mexico match against Brazil at the FIFA World Cup 2014. Now the goalkeeper will have to rely on his reflexes and quick thinking to remain goal-less in the very important game against Croatia. El Tri needs to end the game in a victory or a draw, with a victory being that much sweeter to enjoy. Ochoa was a machine, falling left, falling right, stopping balls with his abdomen as the world noticed no ball was going to get past him and ending up in a 0-0 draw with the host country. One German soccer fan that is in Brazil enjoying the World Cup live talked to a Mexican news outlet to talk about Memo's work on the field.