The draw between South Korea and Uruguay saw players fail to score easy goals

South Korea and Uruguay failed to score a single goal in their second FIFA World Cup match on Thursday, resulting in a 0-0 draw. Both these teams of H group got one point each. Asian giants South Korea were up against 2010 runners-up Uruguay in their first Group H match. However, both the teams failed to score due to poor performance from the players. During the match, the players got many easy chances to score but the players failed to convert these chances into goals. But in the end, South Korea, ranked 28th in the FIFA rankings, managed a 0–0 draw against Uruguay, ranked 14th. In the second half, the Uruguay team kept a hold on the match. Possession of the ball was maintained by this team. Edinson Cavani was sent in place of Luis Suarez in the 64th minute.

Uruguay could not break Korea’s defense

At the Education City Stadium, Uruguay had two attacks on the goal post, but could not break down the South Korean defence. In the first half, Diogo Godin struck the goal post with a header but failed to find the target. Although South Korea also missed many chances to score. During this match South Korea dominated the first half but in the second half Uruguay kept the momentum and South Korea went on the defensive. Although there was an attempt to counter-attack in the middle, but it did not yield any result.