Duel opens the day of Group H of the World Cup in Qatar this Thursday
Uruguay And South Korea debut at world Cup this Thursday 24, at 10 (Brasilia time), a Education City Stadium, in Al Rayyan in Qatar. The match is valid for Group H, also made up of Portuguese And Ghana, who also face each other this Thursday. The match will be broadcast by Rede Globo (open TV), SporTV and SporTV 2 (closed TV). Estadão keeps track of all offers in real time.
Two-time world champions, Uruguay come to the World Cup in Qatar with a mix of generations. After 15 years in charge of Óscar Tabárez, the Uruguayan national team has been led by Diego Alonso since December 2021.
The coach has brought players such as Fernando Muslera, Diego Godín, Martín Cáceres, Luis Suárez and Edinson Cavani to the 2022 World Cup, as well as Rochet, Olivera, Valverde, Nicolás de la Cruz, Pellistri and Darwin Núñez, who make their World Cup debuts with the Uruguay shirt in Qatar.
South Korea is betting everything on Son. The Tottenham striker is the big star of the Asian national team and concentrates the team’s hopes of doing better than in 2018, when he fell in the first phase.
TIME AND PLACE
The match between Uruguay and South Korea will take place this Monday, at 10:00 (Brasilia time), at the Estádio Cidade da Educação, in Al Rayyan.
WHERE TO WATCH
The match will be broadcast by Rede Globo (open TV), SporTV and SporTV 2 (closed TV). Estadão keeps track of all offers in real time.
URUGUAY – Sergio Rochet; Guillermo Varela, Diego Godín, Josema Giménez and Mathías Olivera; Rodrigo Bentancur, Matías Vecino, Federico Valverde and Nicolás De la Cruz; Luis Suarez and Darwin Nunez. Coach: Diego Alonso.
SOUTH KOREA – Kim Seung-gyu; Kim Tae-hwan, Kim Young-gwon, Kim Min-jae and Kim Jin-su; Jung Woo-Young, Hwang In-beom, Jeong Woo-yeong, Lee Jae-sung and Son Heung-min; Cho Gue-sang. Technician: Paolo Bento.
Referee: Clement Turpin (France)
Assistant 1: Nicolas Danos (France)
Assistant 2: Cyril Gringore (France)
Fourth official: Istvan Kovacs (Romania)
VAR: Jerome Brisard (FRA)
In the last round of FIFA friendlies in November, Uruguay did not play any games. In the last friendlies, held in September, the team lost against Iran, 1-0, and beat Canada, 2-0.
South Korea, on the other hand, in the last two friendlies played before the World Cup in Qatar, beat Cameroon and Iceland, both 1-0.
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