World Cup: Uruguay v South Korea - watch, listen & textGot a TV Licence? You need one to watch live TV on any channel or device, and BBC programmes on iPlayer. It’s the law. Find out moreLive Reporting Michael EmonsAll times stated are UKJapan stun Germany, cutlery chaos and panda punditsWe're on day five of the World Cup and what a day we had yesterday. Have a listen to our World Cup Daily round-up of the best of the action. Video contentThis content is currently not availableSave the last danceUruguay v South Korea (13:00 BST)Andy CryerBBC Sport in QatarCopyright: BBC SportIt's last-chance saloon at a World Cup for the likes of Uruguayan stars Luis Suarez and Edinson Cavani.
It is rather natural for him. We have stuck to the plan since we arrived here and also the way we integrated him into our group shows it has been natural. “Our hope is he will feel comfortable to the greatest extent possible and we’ll use the best strategy so he will feel at ease during the game. ”Team news - Nunez, Suarez & Son startUruguay v South Korea (13:00 GMT)Emma SandersBBC Sport at Education City StadiumCopyright:.
Their last dance some would say…'We know what we can achieve'Uruguay v South Korea (13:00 GMT)Uruguay manager Diego Alonso has only been in his post since he replaced the long-serving Oscar Tabarez in December but guided the team to qualification with four wins from his first four matches in charge. The 47-year-old was eager not to get ahead of himself when previewing their Group H opener. “A good tournament is to win the first game. What comes after is not something I am thinking about, ” Alonso added. “We are really excited, we know what we can achieve, but what is important is this game. "We know what we can reach and we cannot think of another thing except the next game because otherwise we will make mistakes. ”Another goal for Son? Uruguay v South Korea (13:00 GMT)Son Heung-min, South Korea’s joint-top World Cup goalscorer of all time (three goals), scored twice at the 2018 World Cup and once in 2014; he could become only the second player to score in three separate editions of the tournament for the nation, after Park Ji-sung, who netted once in each of 2002, 2006 and 2010.
Son fans out in numbersUruguay v South Korea (13:00 GMT)Emma SandersBBC Sport at Education City StadiumCopyright: BBC SportWe caught up with three South Korean friends who are here to watch a few nations in Qatar. They are here for 12 days and have tickets for all three South Korea group-stage matches, as well as seeing Portugal, the USA and Japan. The man on the left was very confident of a 2-0 win today.