It’s the freakin’ weekend, baby I’m about to watch me some soccer. Saturday, June 21, is offering yet another full slate of amazing futbol — the best player in the world will be on display, as well as arguably the best team in the world. Catch all the action by tuning into the live stream below!
We might be in store for the best day of soccer the group stage of the 2014 World Cup has to offer. The powerhouse that is Germany will be taking the pitch and not only that — Argentina’s Lionel Messi will be back looking to turn his team’s match into a personal highlight reel. Can’t get to a TV? Not a problem — just watch the live stream below!
World Cup 2014 Live Stream — Watch Argentina & Germany Online
Here are the games you can catch today:
12:00 p.m. ET — Argentina Vs. Iran
We only need to give you one reason to watch this game — Lionel Messi. The world’s greatest soccer player returns to the pitch to take on Iran, and after carving up Bosnia and Herzegovina last week, there’s no telling what kind of tricks he’s going to bust out.
3:00 p.m. ET — Germany Vs. Ghana
Hey, remember that time the United States broke Ghana’s spirit? Wow, that was awesome. Anyways, things aren’t getting any easier for Ghana, as they’re set to take on the Germans in their second game. No team looked more thorough in their first game than Germany when they whipped Cristiano Ronaldo and Portugal 4-0. They made the 4th ranked team in the world look like Will Ferrell‘s youth team from Kicking & Screaming. Sorry Ghana, this is going to be an uphill battle for you.
6:00 p.m. ET — Nigeria Vs. Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bosnia and Herzegovina got ripped to shreds by Lionel Messi in their first game, but they actually looked pretty solid. And with Nigeria and Iran tying their match on June 16 (and Iran getting Messi in game two), Bosnia and Herzegovina has a good shot at getting themselves back in the mix to move out of Group F. But they’ll need to beat Nigeria to even have a chance.
So what game are YOU looking forward to? Thankfully you don’t even have to pick — just watch the live stream above! (Note: to stream the World Cup on ESPN, you must have a cable subscription.)
— Andrew Gruttadaro