That FIFA World Cup 2022 Thursday continued with Uruguay and South Korea battling to a goalless draw.
Each side had chances to break the tie in the final minutes of Thursday’s game but failed to capitalize. While there were 17 combined shots in the game, there was just one shot on target between the two teams.
On the previous Thursday, Switzerland defeated Cameroon 1-0.
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Uruguay vs. South Korea Highlights | FIFA World Cup 2022
Both sides threatened Uruguay late on and South Korea drew 0-0.
Here are the top plays from Thursday’s group stage.
Uruguay vs South Korea
22′: Uruguay fail to capitalize
Uruguay were able to create some traffic in the penalty area, with two chances for shots from a cross. However, both failed to connect as Darwin Nunez huffed on the receiving end of a pass and Suarez was unable to get the ball up first for the other.
34 minutes: South Korea gets its chance, but doesn’t use it either
Several careful and accurate passes gave Hwang Ui-Jo the opportunity to hit the center of the box. But the striker’s shot sailed over the net to keep the game scoreless.
43′: Uruguay close again!
Diego Godin’s header from the corner hit the left post and stayed in play, leaving the game goalless at half-time.
56′: Double strike for Son leads to a yellow card
The South Korean star went wrong in a duel with Uruguay’s Martín Cáceres when he was hit in the foot and hand by the defender’s stud. Caceres received a yellow card.
67′: Keep your head in the game, coach!
Uruguay coach Diego Alonso took a ball in the face while fighting for possession on the touchline.
89′: Uruguay close again
Federico Valverde’s shot from outside the box looked like he had a good chance of breaking the goalless tie, but the shot went wide of the left post.
Uruguay fans agonized over the missed opportunity.
The stars are in the building
Uruguay’s Luis Suarez starts his fourth World Cup appearance on Thursday, while South Korea’s Son Heung-min starts his third.
Ian Darke and Landon Donovan, among others, discuss whether or not Son’s game will be affected by the mask.
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