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Olympic men's soccer on Tuesday ...
August 7th, 2012 12:26AM

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[DATEBOOK] A new Olympic men's soccer champion will be crowned. The farthest Mexico or Japan, which meet in Tuesday's first semifinal at Wembley Stadium, advanced was in 1968 when Japan beat Mexico, 2-0, in the bronze-medal game. Brazil, which faces South Korea in the second game in Manchester, has reached the semifinals five times previously, winning in 1984 and 1988 and losing in 1976, 1996 and 2008. For all the results, complete schedule and viewing information ...

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SEMIFINALS
Aug. 7 in London
Japan vs. Mexico (NBCSN, live, noon ET)
Aug. 7 in Manchester
Brazil vs. South Korea (NBCSN, live, 2:45 pm ET)

BRONZE-MEDAL MATCH
Aug. 10 in Cardiff
(MSNBC, live, 9 am ET)

GOLD-MEDAL MATCH
Aug. 11 in London
(NBCSN, live, 10 am ET)

QUARTERFINALS
Aug. 4 in Manchester
Japan 3 Egypt 0
Aug. 4 in London
Mexico 4 Senegal 2 (OT)
Aug. 4 in Newcastle
Brazil 3 Honduras 2
Aug. 4 in Cardiff
Great Britain 1 South Korea 1 (South Korea wins 5-4 on penalty kicks)

GROUP A
July 26 in Manchester
Uruguay 2 UAE 1
Great Britain 1 Senegal 1
July 29 in London
Senegal 2 Uruguay 0
Great Britain 3 UAE 1
Aug. 1 in Cardiff
Great Britain 1 Uruguay 0
Aug. 1 in Coventry
Senegal 1 UAE 1

GROUP B
July 26 in Newcastle
Mexico 0 South Korea 0
Gabon 1 Switzerland 1
July 29 in Coventry
Mexico 2 Gabon 0
South Korea 2 Switzerland 1
Aug. 1 in Cardiff
Mexico 1 Switzerland 0
Aug. 1 in London
South Korea 0 Gabon 0

GROUP C
July 26 in Coventry
Belarus 1 New Zealand 0
Brazil 3 Egypt 2
July 29 in Manchester
Brazil 3 Belarus 1
Egypt 1 New Zealand 1
Aug. 1 in Newcastle
Brazil 3 New Zealand 0
Aug. 1 in Glasgow
Egypt 3 Belarus 1

GROUP D
July 26 in Glasgow
Japan 1 Spain 0
Honduras 2 Morocco 2
July 29 in Newcastle
Honduras 1 Spain 0
Japan 1 Morocco 0
Aug. 1 in Coventry
Japan 0 Honduras 0
Aug. 1 in Manchester
Spain 0 Morocco 0



2 comments
  1. Luis Arreola
    commented on: August 7, 2012 at 3:47 p.m.
    Maaybe now Mexico will get one of these SA Sections beating Japan, who had not lost or conceded a goal, to a 3-1 Score. This Japan team played some quality soccer and are showing great imprvement. Mexico's record after World Cup 2010? U17 W.C. 1st place. U20 W.C. 3rd place. Men,s Gold Cup Champs. And now Olympic Fialists. How come no on here at S.A. is talking about Great Britain's great adantage of having 3 coutries to pick the best players from and being home team?

  1. Gordon Hayes
    commented on: August 9, 2012 at 3:45 a.m.
    Please don't bite on Luis', who never played the game, continued efforts to divide nationalities and races.


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