The World Cup 2022 On Thursday, he continued to face Uruguay and South Korea, with a goalless draw.
Each team had tie-breaking opportunities in the closing minutes of Thursday’s game, but failed to capitalize. While there were 17 shots combined in the match, there was only one shot on goal between the two teams.
Earlier on Thursday, Switzerland tackled Cameroon to win 1-0.
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Summary of the match Uruguay and South Korea | World Cup 2022
Both teams late threatened Uruguay and South Korea tied 0-0.
Here are the top plays from Thursday’s group stage.
Uruguay versus South Korea
22′: Uruguay is unable to capitalize
Uruguay were able to create some traffic in the penalty area, with two chances to shoot in from a cross. Both were unable to connect with Darwin Nunez swinging on receiving a pass and Suarez could not reach the ball first for the other.
34′: South Korea got their chance, but also failed to capitalize
Several precise and careful passes created an opportunity for Hwang Ui-Jo to score in the middle of the penalty area. However, the striker’s shot went over the net, leaving the match scoreless.
43′: Uruguay is coming close again!
Diego Godín’s header from a corner kick hit the left post and stayed in play, leaving the game scoreless at the end of the first half.
56′: Ibn’s double-kick results in a yellow card
The South Korean star was on the wrong end of a challenge from Uruguay’s Martín Caceres, with his foot and hand hit by the defender’s tackle. Caceres received a yellow card.
67′: Keep your head in the game, coach!
Uruguay coach Diego Alonso gets a ball in the face during a battle for possession on the touchline.
89′: Uruguay is getting close again
Federico Valverde’s shot from outside the penalty area seemed to have a strong chance to break the goalless tie, but his shot hit the left post.
Uruguay fans were sore from this missed opportunity.
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Uruguay’s Luis Suarez makes his fourth World Cup appearance on Thursday while South Korean Son Heung-min is set to play in his third.
Aan Darke and Landon Donovan discuss whether or not the Son’s play will be affected by the mask among other topics going into Thursday’s game.
Uruguay vs South Korea preview: Landon Donovan and Ian Dark discuss Heung-min Son and more
Landon Donovan and Ian Darke smashed Uruguay’s strong line-up, whether Son Heung-min would be hampered by a mask, and more.
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