Filed under: Stream Soccer FIFA World Cup World Cup 2014, Day 2: Mexico and Cameroon kick off the day Contributors: SBNation.com Staff / new Share this story Share this on Facebook Share this on Twitter Share All sharing options Share All sharing options for: World Cup 2014, Day 2: Mexico and Cameroon kick off the day Reddit Pocket Flipboard Email The first full day of the World Cup is here. First up, a Group A clash between Mexico and Cameroon. 15 Total Updates Since Jun 12, 2014, 12:00pm EDT Follow this stream June 13, 2014 The Oranje crush Spain By Zach Woosley / new What was pegged as one of the marquee matches of the group stage ended up being a total rout as the Dutch hammered Spain. / new June 13, 2014 Google gave Cameroon Ghana's flag By Rodger Sherman / new Ghana and Cameroon are, contrary to Google's belief, different African countries. / new June 13, 2014 Mexico secure vital win over Cameroon By Jack Sargeant / new Mexico started their World Cup campaign with a vital victory over Cameroon, though a couple of peculiar decisions by the referee meant it was far from routine. / new June 13, 2014 Mexico vs. Cameroon: Lineups By Jack Sargeant / new The lineups are out for Mexico's clash with Cameroon in Natal. June 13, 2014 Watchability: Kung-fu kicks and kangaroos By Spencer Hall@edsbs / new Seriously, Tim Cahill is a damn kangaroo. / new June 13, 2014 How to watch Chile vs. Australia By Jack Sargeant / new Chile will be expecting to pick up all three points in their World Cup opener against Australia. June 13, 2014 How to watch Spain vs. Netherlands By Zach Woosley / new The Furia Roja and the Oranje meet in what should be one of the best group stage matches. Here's how to watch on TV and online. June 13, 2014 How to watch Mexico vs. Cameroon By Zach Woosley / new El Tri and the Indomitable Lions begin their campaigns in Natal on Friday. Here's how to watch on TV and online. June 13, 2014 What to watch at the World Cup on Friday By Callum Hamilton / new The second day of the World Cup involves a crucial game in Group A as Mexico face Cameroon, but the biggest draw will be Spain versus the Netherlands in Group B. June 12, 2014 Chile should handle Australia comfortably By Kim McCauley@lgbtqfc / new It's going to take a near-perfect performance and a bit of luck for Australia to pull an upset on Chile. June 12, 2014 New fan's primer for Spain vs. Netherlands By Zach Woosley / new This match-up of the two finalist from the last World Cup could be one of the best matches of the group stages. / new June 12, 2014 Chile vs. Australia: A primer By Zach Woosley / new Chile will be hoping to get their group stage campaign started with a win over the Socceroos. June 12, 2014 New fan's primer for Mexico vs. Cameroon By Kim McCauley@lgbtqfc / new If someone wins this match, they'll have a good chance of getting out of the group. If it's a draw, they're both pretty screwed. Meet Mexico and Cameroon. / new June 12, 2014 Tight game expected between Spain and Netherlands By Jack Sargeant / new The Group B opener is a rerun of the 2010 World Cup final, as Spain face off against the Netherlands. June 12, 2014 All or nothing for Mexico and Cameroon By Kim McCauley@lgbtqfc / new With Brazil and Croatia favored to advance from Group A, Mexico and Cameroon are both in need of a win to save their World Cup before it really gets started. That means we're in for some fun.