Thursday 26 April 2018, 15:34

RE-LIVE: 2002 World Cup Rewind

Fans voted for their favourite FIFA World Cup™ game from the past nine editions, and the sixth of those winning matches – USA-Mexico from Korea/Japan 2002 – was streamed 'live' in its entirety on Friday 27 April.

The North American neighbours met for the first time at the World Cup, arriving at the Jeonju World Cup Stadium for their Round of 16 clash with Mexico arriving into the encounter having topped their group ahead of Italy. USA meanwhile had earned an impressive win over Portugal to reach the knockout stage for first time since 1930.

You can watch the whole 90 minutes above, or by heading to the World Cup Facebook page, or FIFA TV on YouTube.

As with any big World Cup game, fans were kept up to date with major updates of the 'live' action on Twitter on @FIFAWorldCup too, with plenty of pre-match stats, figures and videos that whetted fans' appetite for the main event.

‘Matchday Live’ is the finale to a week of superb video content on the official World Cup Facebook page, with Ronaldinho, Landon Donovan and Jared Borgetti among the stars from 2002 featured.

Make sure you don’t miss out on this unique experience to share and talk about a remarkable World Cup game with fans from across the globe. What are you waiting for? Hit like, and join us to discuss the big game!

Fans also voted to see the following games in the coming weeks: Germany 2006: France-Italy South Africa 2010: Uruguay-Ghana Brazil 2014: Brazil-Germany

Keep your eyes peeled and join 40 millions fans on our official World Cup Facebook page for more chances to have your say: as we’ll also be asking you to vote for your greatest World Cup player and the greatest World Cup team.