Mexico goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa repelled everything Brazil through at him Tuesday night in Fortaleza, including an unmarked header from Thiago Silva at point-blank range in the 85th minute. While Ochoa's counterpart wasn't nearly as troubled in goal for Brazil, Julio Cesar did have to be mindful of several well-struck efforts by Mexico from outside the box. The last of such efforts was probably the closest, as Andres Guardado's shot in the 89th minute curled just over the bar.

Ochoa, who is now a free agent after his club was relegated from the top flight of French soccer, was masterful all night, but this save of Neymar's goal-bound header, just about sums up his brilliance:

  He was at it again a few minutes later:

Ochoa left off right where he started by denying Neymar again in the second half:

And his final moment of brilliance on Silva's header in the 85th minute:

Brazil will play their third and final Group A match against Cameroon on Monday, June 23 in Brasilia, the same day Mexico meet Croatia in Recife to decide their fate.

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[GIFs via Bleacher Report]