Soccer Wednesday: Your Running Commentary

LionelMessiARG (Getty)

It is a busy Wednesday in the international soccer world, as key friendlies across the globe give soccer fans plenty of great viewing options.

While we're sure you will be glued to the USA-Italy match this afternoon, there is plenty more to watch today. England-Netherlands is the showcase international in Europe, though Germany-France is probably the better match. Argentina and Spain are both in action today, and USA fans can see the Under-23 national team take on Mexico tonight.

If you will be watching today's action, please feel free to share your non-USA/Italy thoughts, opinions and some play-by-play in the comments section below.

Enjoy the action (Today's Soccer TV Schedule is after the jump):

TODAY'S SOCCER ON TV

2:30pm- ESPN2- USA vs. Italy

2:30pm- GolTV- Switzerland vs. Argentina

2:30pm- ESPN3.com- Croatia vs. Sweden

2:30pm- ESPN3.com- Greece vs. Belgium

2:30pm- ESPN3.com- Ireland vs. Czech Republic

2:45pm- ESPN3.com- Poland vs. Portugal

2:45pm- ESPN3.com- Germany vs. France

3pm- Fox Soccer Channel- England vs. Netherlands

3:30pm- ESPN3.com/ESPN Deportes- Spain vs. Venezuela

8pm- Univision- Mexico vs. Colombia

10pm- Telefutura- U.S. Under-23 national team vs. Mexico Under-23 national team.

 

 

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4 Responses to Soccer Wednesday: Your Running Commentary

  1. RS says:

    Messi played well (as usual) but finally delivered his first hat-trick with ARG, but Aguero was key as well.
    The midfield still needs work, really missed Di Maria today

    Great win by Costa Rica in Wales. CONCACAF did well in Europe today.

  2. Brett says:

    Messi looks like Disco Inferno (WCW) in that picture.

  3. marco says:

    Mexico v Colombia match is very intense. Colombian goalie has already taken head and body shots. El Tri plays too many home games; it hurts them when they travel.

  4. marco says:

    Col 2 Mex 0 at 63 mins. Col. getting behind Mex. FB’s who play very high, like Barcelona.