Live updates between South Korea and Portugal: South Korea score the equalizer

group stage of World Cup 2022 Closed Friday comes after an amazing week and a half of work. starting things up in group H, South Korea (0-1-1) fights without defeat Portugal (2-0-0) at Education City Stadium in Al Rayyan, Qatar – and we’ve got you covered from start to finish with all the action on FOX.

Meanwhile, in FS1, Ghana (1-0-1) takes his place Uruguay (0-1-1) in the other eighth group match.

Here are the most important plays!

South Korea vs Portugal

stage setting

Portugal, who are aiming to win all three of their World Cup group matches for the first time since 2006, have already qualified for the knockout stages and will secure top of the group with a win or a draw against South Korea, or if Ghana succeeds in doing so. Uruguay is undefeated.

If Portugal loses and Ghana wins, the group winner will be decided on goal difference and the subsequent tiebreaker.

South Korea are battling for their first win of the tournament and will be eliminated if Ghana beats Uruguay. It can qualify with a win over Portugal if Ghana/Uruguay are tied or if Uruguay wins, but only if it wins a tiebreaker.

5′: Goal!

Portugal set the tone early on in this one, as Ricardo Horta He hit an early shot to put his team ahead, 1-0, just minutes into the match.

Portuguese Ricardo Horta scores the goal against the Republic of Korea in 5 minutes

17′: What could have been

South Korea almost complicated things early in the first half when Jung Woo Young He attempted a through ball, but the defender Kim Jin Soo Caught offside.

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27′: Knotted!

South Korea leveled things up near the half hour mark, as a courtesy Kim Young JoonWonderful footwork.

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