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Germany vs Mexico live stream, how to watch, Germany vs Mexico live,  live update, online TV channel,TV schedule result, team news and more info.Mexico and Germany will take the pitch Thursday with a spot in the Confederations Cup final on the line.Before getting to this point, the two squads had to survive the group stage. For Mexico, that meant earning 2-1 victories over both New Zealand and Russia along with forcing a 2-2 draw against Portugal, one of the participants in the other semifinal match. It has been a balanced attack for El Tri, with a different player scoring each of their six goals so far in the tournament

Germany vs Mexico live

Germany will have to fight their way past Mexico in the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup semi-finals on Thursday if they’re to have their chance at meeting either Portugal or Chile in this year’s championship fixture.A tantalising clash awaits in the last four after Germany topped Group B to progress following a 3-1 comeback win over Cameroon, while Mexico secured second spot in Group A with two wins from three.Mexico manager Juan Carlos Osorio will know his men enter their clash with the world champions as likely underdogs, but back-to-back victories against New Zealand and hosts Russia will have greatly boosted their morale.

After Chile edged past European Champion Portugal via penalty kicks on Wednesday, only the Germany vs. Mexico match — which will live stream from Russia on Thursday — remains to decide which two teams will battle for the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup, a tournament that serves as a warm-up of sorts for next year’s FIFA World Cup in Russia. And despite fielding a young and “experimental” side, Germany Manager Joachim Loew says that his reigning World Cup champs fully expect to take home the trophy from the Confederations Cup competition as well.

“In tournaments, we always come up with the objective to be in the final four,” the 57-year-old in his 12th year at the helm of the Germany national side said at a Wednesday press conference. “It is always the idea. But of course we want to press ahead to the final. The players are really hungry and yearning for it. I am positive about this group.”

The veteran manager left out most of his team’s core players for the Confederations Cup tournament, with Thomas Muller, Mats Hummels, Manuel Neuer, and other top stars all staying home to rest ahead of next year’s World Cup, where Germany will try to become only the third country to win back-to-back World Cups — and the first since Brazil accomplished the feat in 1958 and 1962.

Mexico boss Juan Carlos Osorio said at his Wednesday press confab that his team takes nothing for granted leading into the match, even though the Germans are sending a youthful squad into what is likely the biggest game of their lives.