Those looking to stream the games online in English can use the Fox Sports App(opens in a new tab) for $19. 99 per month. Spanish speakers can use Peacock Premium(opens in a new tab), which is $4. 99 per month – however it will contain ads. Ad-free Premium Plus costs $9. 99 monthly. When are the other Group H games? Teams will be hoping to get enough points in their three group-stage games to secure a spot in the knockout stages. The winner of Group H will play the runners-up in Group G, whereas the team that comes second place will play its winners.
FIFA World Cup 2022: Uruguay vs. South Korea - FOX
90+3, South Korea are making a late surge. In-Beom has a pop from distance, but slices across the ball, sending it well wide. Both teams finally look like they want to win. 90+2, Valverde charges back to slide in and break up the South Korean attack. He jumps to his feet and celebrates as though he's scored. That reaction shows just how hard this has been for Uruguay. He's probably been their best player. Credit: Getty 90, That's more like the Qatar we're used to - 7 added minutes of stoppage time. 90, Rochet gifts the ball to Son who drags his effort wide of the target.
How to watch Uruguay vs. South Korea in Group Stage of 2022 World CupUruguay will get their group stage campaign started against South Korea on Thursday morning as they kick off the action for Group H. The match is set to get started at 8 a. m. ET and can be seen on FS1 and Telemundo, or via livestream on the Fox Sports app and Peacock. Group H’s other match will follow this one as Portugal and Ghana will face off at 11 a. ET.
Uruguay and South Korea share the points in Qatar 2022
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Rattled Uruguay then shook the woodwork just two minutes before half time. Real Madrid’s Federico Valverde swung over a corner and captain Diego Godin rose highest to turn a thumping header goalwards. The goalkeeper was well beaten but the ball hit the inside of the post and shot back across the goal before being turned behind for a corner. The woodwork would rattle again for Uruguay a minute before the end when Real Madrid’s Federico Valverde got forward and released a long-range drive that crashed off the left-hand upright.
Plenty to chew on for both coaches. Neil CustisSunSport FULL-TIME - Uruguay 0-0 South Korea It ends in a stalemate. Uruguay 0-0 South Korea 90+7, Varela wins a header against his man sending Nunez through on goal, but is penalised for a foul. There was nothing in that and the Uruguay bench are understandably up in arms. 90+6, Seung-Gyu plucks it out of the air and that might be that. Or is there one last chance in this? 90+5, Varela wins a late corner for Uruguay. Could it be...
Uruguay vs South Korea: Date, live stream FREE, TV channel and kick-off timeLive BlogUR UP Updated: 10:24 ET, Nov 24 2022URUGUAY and South Korea's Group H opener ended goalless despite the South Americans striking the post twice in 90 minutes. South Korea had the opening chance of the game as Ui-Jo Hwang got onto a pull-back in the box but fired over completely unmarked before Diego Godin connected with a corner to strike the post. Darwin Nunez has had the best chance of the second-half, firing just wide from outside the box before Federico Valverde smashed the post in the dying moments.
Uruguay vs South Korea livestream options for 2022 FIFA World CupUruguay will take on South Korea in a group-stage FIFA World Cup clash at the Education City Stadium. Both the Uruguayans and the Taegeuk Warriors will be hoping to get their campaign off to a good start at the 40, 000-seat venue in Doha.
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He should do better, by his standards. 89, Oh my word, what a goal that would have been for Valverde. The midfielder strolls forward and with little else on, goes for the spectacular, and only the woodwork denies him! So close to goal of the tournament. 89, Gue-Sung is booked for a palm in the face of Giminez who amde sure the referee was aware of it. 88, Varela comes on for the dying embers of this game. Pellistri, who's struggles to make his mark this afternoon, trudges off. 87, Bentancur curls in a ball to Cavani who gets a head to it, but can't find the target. Credit: AFP 85, Bentancur picks the ball up in midfield and plays a penetrating pass into Cavani who holds it up before playing a long pass back to his defenders, despite having support from Nunez and Bentancur.
Both sides have taken a point in the opening match of Group H. Start time: 1pm UK time TV/Live stream: BBC One Uruguay XI: Rochet, Caceres, Godin, Giminez, Olivera, Vecino, Bentancur, Valverde, Pellistri, Nunez, Suarez South Korea XI: Kim Seung-Gyu, Kim Moon-Hwang, Kim Min-Jae, Kim Young-Gwon, Kim Jin-Su, Jung Woo-Young, Hwang In-Beom, Na Sang-Ho, Lee Jae-Sung, Son Heung-Min, Hwang Ui-Jo JOIN SUN VEGAS: GET A FREE £10 BONUS WITH 100s OF GAMES TO PLAY AND NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED (Ts&Cs apply) Follow ALL the action with our live blog below… Full time stats This marks the fourth goalless draw of the tournament so far. Let's hope for better in Group H's next game, Portugal vs Ghana.
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It was Liverpool past and present as the 35-year-old veteran of now four World Cups paired up with Darwin Nunez up front. But when Nunez failed to find Suarez with a square ball when there was a threat of a chance Uruguay coach Diego Alonso decided it was time to swap one 35-year-old for another as Suarez made way for Edinson Cavani. Suarez’s contribution was no shots, no chances created, two touches in the opposition box, and just seven passes one of which was from the kick-off. Could Cavani do any better? We know how much he loves his country, after all, he asked to stay there for a couple of days after international duty rather than return to Manchester United and help them out in a Carabao Cup game against Middlesbrough during his time at Old Trafford. He would have no joy either, although he was inches from directing Nunez’s curling shot home with a flick of his forelock, instead he missed it and the ball curled wide of the post.
Bewildering decision by the striker, It looks like they don't want to score. 83, Nunez feigns to cross then checks inside. Pellistri had made the run, but Nunez overhits the pass, shouting to the heavens in frustration. Once again, Uruguay lacking that quality in the final third. 81, Nunez strikes wide! The Liverpool man dips inside and fires a powerful effort a few yards wide of the target. Cavani was coming across to try and head it back on target, but it just evaded the substitute.
Midfield maestro Federico Valverde was everywhere this afternoon. The Uruguayan gave it his all in defence and attack. He almost capped off his performance with the goal of the tournament, but was denied by the woodwork. Neil Custis in Qatar SunSport's man on the ground Neil Custis has this match-report from the Education City Stadium: LUIS SUAREZ FAILED TO get a nibble against South Korea as Education City was left hungry for goals. The famous chomper could not get his teeth into this game and was subbed in the 64th minute after having no effect. Three times he has been banned for biting opponents including Italy’s Giorgio Chiellini which saw him thrown out the 2014 World Cup. But he was part of a toothless Uruguay attack against South Korea.
No joy at the other end either for Tottenham’s Son Heung-min who was largely starved of the ball. The odd time it got near him there were roars from the South Korean fans for the Tottenham ace who only just made it to this World Cup having had surgery on a fractured eye socket this month. He played in a mask but ended up being a Lone Ranger. There was a chance each to break the deadlock in the first period. After a very cagey half hour South Korea looked to have finally found the key to unlock the Uruguay defence. Jung Woojoung found Kim Moonhwan in space in the area to square the ball into the danger zone in front of goal. Nobody was on Hwang Uijo, but he leant back and scooped a side footed shot over the bar. He laughed at his own error, sadly non of his teammates joined in as they held their heads in their hands.
World Cup: Uruguay held to goalless draw by South Korea