There's no prize for winning the match other then maybe some FIFA world ranking points which are not worth much. These two teams don't exactly have a fierce rivalry either and it's during the league season so a lot of the better players will be rested or not give a 100% effort.
I am not interested in the Mexico vs. Netherlands soccer game. Not an avid soccer fan, the game does not intrigue me. I have watched soccer in the past, mainly during the World Cup finals, but during the regular season I tend to lose interest. With so many other sports that are active during this time, soccer is not a top priority.
In many ways it is very striking to consider the gains that soccer has made as a professional sport in the US over the last few decades. Few could have predicted that the World Cup would have had such a large viewership here in the US. While I'm on board with this trend in theory, in practice every time I try and watch a soccer game, I find myself wondering whether there isn't a football or basketball game on another channel that I could watch instead.
I am not a person that watches much of any sport on TV. I watch football because it is something we do on Sunday's and it is kind of a family thing, but I couldn't care less about soccer. It certainly doesn't matter to me who wins between Mexico and the Netherlands.