The linesman here is having a shocker. Clearly not responsible for the scoreline but he isn't waving, you know, offsides...
Brockie has been taken down in the box by the Mexican keeper.
That's a terrible penalty. Brockie never takes penalties at club level. It should have been Smeltz. He has hit it at torso height to a keepers' "safe side" on a right-footed taker. That was shocking
Brockie's international goal drought lives on.
Five minutes till halftime now. What a half. The crowd have definitely got their money's worth.
Essentially, if you're a goalkeeper, you're praying a right-footed penalty-taker hits it exactly where Brockie just did
Mexico stream forward, it's three v two but this time the final ball is slightly too heavy.
This is one of the most open ended international fixtures you are every likely to see. It's chance a minute stuff.
Time after time, Mexico open up the All Whites. This time the final shot is deflected out for a corner.
Regardless of the scoreline, this is a highly entertaining game. Here's a few rapid (and rash) reactions from the opening 45 minutes
The halftime whistle sounds and Mexico head to the sheds with a three goal lead (8-1 on aggregate).
1) Brockie shouldn't be on penalties. Ever. 2) Moss is having another blinder. 3) Durante may be hoping the ground will swallow him up at some point shortly 4) And this is the biggie, Billi Tuiloma is NZ's new franchise left back. Great shift from him
A left footed volley from 10 yards out has pulled New Zealand back within one.
Offsides are just not being played tonight. Fallon looked off at first glance for mine but you can't knock him. Man he shows for the ball a lot.
Brockie did some good work in the buildup, chasing down a lost cause to hold the ball up in the corner. As the cross came in Fallon was free at the far post and calmly tucked home.
The All Whites want another. This time McGlinchey has a crack from outside the box but the ball drifts wide. Five minutes to go.
That has quietened the Wellington crowd. Carlos Pena has buried Mexico's fourth from 10 yards out after a low cross was pulled back.
Just two minutes to play now and Mexico have a free kick just outside the box.
Moss tips the free kick around the post. Corner Mexico.
Thank Luis. I will make sure to use that tip the next time I live blog a Mexican game.
Three minutes of time to be added on.
Thanks guys for joining me tonight. It has been a very entertaining evening of football and we hope you have enjoyed the coverage.
Into the final minute of added time now. Mexico looking for another goal.