Argentina vs Belgium: ESPN, Sony Six, PTV Sports live streaming info & highlights: Fifa 2014 quarter final

July 5, 2014, By M Sohini

Argentina will clash with Belgium in the third quarter-final match of the Fifa 2014 World Cup on July 5, 2014.

The match kick-off time is 1:30 p.m. local, 9:30 P.m. India time.

Brazil and Germany have already reached the semi-finals of the Fifa 2014. Brazil defeated Colombia 1-0 while Germany beat France 1-0.

But Brazil suffered a big blow before the semi-finals as their star player Neymar got injured and he out of the remaining matches of the World Cup.


In another quarter-final match today, Netherland face Costa Rica. This match starts at 1:30 a.m. India time.

Follow the Arg vs Bel match live scores here.

Viewers in Argentina can watch the live telecast of the match on Torneos y Competencias, TV Pública Digital, DirecTV.

Sony Six will be broadcasting the match live in India while PTV Sports and Ten Sports will be beaming the matches live in Pakistan.

Viewers in the U.S. can watch the live streaming of the match on ESPN  at and on BBC iPlayer in UK

Watch the live streaming online here.

Argentina star player Messi bagged his fourth successive man of the match award after scoring a match winning solo goal against Switzerland on Tuesday. Argentina is looking forward for yet another match winning performance from Messi in today’s match.

messi goalDespite not playing to its capability, Argentina have won all four of their games in this World Cup. They face hosts Brazil in the semi-final if they win today.

Argentina is the favorites to win todays match as the stats reveal they have won three of the games these teams have played out of four.

This is the third time in a row that Argentina have reached the quarter finals of the Fifa World Cup. But they have not won the quarter finals since they reached the final in 1990. They would want to break this record this time.

The highlights videos will be uploaded here after the match is over.

© 2008-2012 - All rights reserved | Privacy Policy