Tuesday September 6th, 2016

Brazil looks to follow up its Olympic success as the team faces Colombia in the Arena da Amazônia in Manaus, Brazil, in a 2018 FIFA World Cup CONMEBOL qualifying tournament match.

Brazil won its first Olympic gold medal in soccer in a penalty kick shootout against Germany, with Neymar converting the game-winning penalty. In CONMEBOL play, Brazil most recently defeated Ecuador 1–0 on Sept. 1.

Colombia looks for its third consecutive win after beating Venezuela 2–0 last week. James Rodriguez, who competed in the Copa America Centenario and not the Olympics, scored a goal and recorded an assist in the victory.

Details for Tuesday's match are below. 

How to watch

Channel: beIN Sports

Time: 8:45 p.m. ET

Live stream: You can live stream the match on fuboTV in English by clicking here and in Spanish by clicking here. Sign up now for a free 24-hour trial

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