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World Cup 2014: Fans in downtown LA mourn Mexico's loss to the Netherlands




Fans of the Mexican national team watch Sunday's World Cup match against the Netherlands outside a downtown L.A. store. The owner had set up a television facing the street.
Fans of the Mexican national team watch Sunday's World Cup match against the Netherlands outside a downtown L.A. store. The owner had set up a television facing the street.
Adrian Florido

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Even if you're not a soccer fan, you've surely heard by now that Mexico was eliminated from the World Cup yesterday.

The team, nicknamed El Tri was leading for most of the second half, but the Netherlands came back to tie and then win 2-1 on a penalty kick in stoppage time. Needless to say it was a devastating loss for Mexico fans.

KPCC's Adrian Florido watched the game with fans in downtown L.A.