The 2022 FIFA World Cup Continued on Thursday Uruguay And South Korea Struggling to a scoreless draw.
Each team had opportunities to break the tie in the final minutes of Thursday’s game, but were unable to capitalize. There were 17 combined shots in the game, with only one shot on goal between the two teams.
Earlier on Thursday, Switzerland handled Cameron Should win 1-0.
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Uruguay vs South Korea Highlights | 2022 FIFA World Cup
South Korea drew 0-0 with both teams threatening Uruguay in the end.
Here are the best plays from Thursday’s group stage action.
22′: Uruguay can’t capitalize
Uruguay were able to create some traffic in the box and had a couple of chances for a cross shot. Neither could connect Darwin Nunez While receiving a pass, Suarez was unable to catch the ball first to the other.
34′: South Korea get their chance but fail to capitalize
Several careful and accurate passes set up a chance Hwang Ui-jo To score into the middle of the box. But the striker’s shot went over the net and the game ended goalless.
43′: Uruguay go close again!
Diego Godins The corner kick off the header hit the left post and kept playing, leaving the game scoreless at half-time.
56′: A double shout for Son leads to a yellow card
The South Korean star was on the wrong end of Uruguay’s challenge Martin Caceres, his leg and arm were hit by a defender’s cleat. Cáceres received a yellow card.
67′: Keep your head in the game, coach!
Uruguay coach Diego Alonso was hit in the face by a ball during a battle for possession on the sidelines.
89′: Uruguay close again
Federico Valverde’s A shot from outside the box looked to have a strong chance to break the goalless tie, but the shot hit the left post.
Uruguayan fans were devastated by the missed opportunity.
The stars are in the building
of Uruguay Luis Suarez South Korea begins its fourth World Cup match on Thursday Son Hyung-min He is about to play his third game.
Ian Dark and Landon Donovan discuss whether or not Son’s game will be affected by the mask, among other topics entering Thursday’s game.
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