Men’s Soccer at the Olympics: Results, analysis, videos

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The Men’s Olympic Soccer tournament has delivered drama, goals and shocks galore as Brazil beat Spain to win the Gold medal and Mexico grabbed Bronze.

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After being postponed due to COVID, the 2020 Tokyo Olympics will take place in Tokyo, Japan, Friday, July 23 – Sunday, August 8, 2021.

The USMNT failed to make the Olympics again, opening the door for Honduras to join Mexico from the CONCACAF region for the 2020 games in Tokyo.

What a tournament it was with some Premier League stars lighting it up in Japan, plus plenty of emerging stars also putting on a show with some shock results.

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Mexico have won Bronze by beating hosts Japan, while Brazil beat Spain 2-1 in extra time in the Gold medal match as the Brazilians have now won back-to-back Olympic titles. They are just the fifth team in history to do that.

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As always, NBC is home to the Olympics and will provide coverage, which can be accessed on local NBC stations as well as streamed on NBCOlympics.com, NBC Sports, and Peacock.

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2020 Men’s Olympic soccer schedule – medal matches

August 6 – Bronze
Mexico 3-1 Japan (Kashima) – Mexico wins Bronze medal

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August 7 – Gold
Brazil 2-1 Spain (Tokyo) – After extra time, Brazil wins Gold medal

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Results

Semifinals

August 3
Japan 0-1 (AET) Spain
Mexico 0-0 (1-4 PKs) Brazil

Quarterfinals

July 31
Spain 5-2 Ivory Coast
Japan 0-0 (4-2 PKs) New Zealand
Brazil 1-0 Egypt
South Korea 6-3 Mexico

Group stage

July 28
Saudi Arabia 1-3 Brazil (Saitama)
Germany 1-1 Ivory Coast (Miyagi)
Romania 0-0 New Zealand (Sapporo)
South Korea 6-0 Honduras (Yokohama)
Spain 1-1 Argentina (Saitama)
Australia 0-2 Egypt (Miyagi)
South Africa 0-3 Mexico (Sapporo)
France -0-4 Japan (Yokohama)

July 25
Egypt 0-1 Argentina (Sapporo)
France 4-3 South Africa (Saitama)
New Zealand 2-3 Honduras (Kashimi)
Brazil 0-0 Ivory Coast (Yokohama)
Australia 0-1 Spain (Sapporo
Japan 2-1 Mexico (Saitama)
Romania 0-4 South Korea (Kashima)
Saudi Arabia 2-3 Germany (Yokohama)

July 22
Egypt 0-0 Spain (Sapporo) – VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
New Zealand 1-0 South Korea (Kashima) – VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
Mexico 4-1 France (Tokyo) – VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
Ivory Coast 2-1 Saudi Arabia (Yokohama) – VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
Argentina 0-2 Australia (Sapporo) – VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
Japan 1-0 South Africa (Tokyo) – VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
Honduras 0-1 Romania (Kashima) – VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
Brazil 4-2 Germany (Yokohama) – VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS

Men’s Olympic soccer final standings – group stage

First- and second-place finishers advanced to the knockout rounds

Group A
Japan – 9 points
Mexico – 6
France – 3
South Africa – 0

Group B
South Korea – 6
New Zealand – 4
Romania – 4
Honduras – 3

Group C
Spain – 5
Egypt – 4
Australia – 4
Argentina – 3

Group D
Brazil – 7
Ivory Coast – 5
Germany – 4
Saudi Arabia – 0

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