Uruguay v South Korea: a Manchester United fan finds his way onto the pitch.
1-0: Uruguay's Luis Suarez celebrates scoring a goal as South Korea's goalkeeper Jung Sung-yong can only look on.
First blood: Uruguay's Suarez celebrates after scoring a goal past South Korea's goalkeeper jung.
Helpless: South Korea's goalkeeper Jung can only look on when Luis Suarez scored the opening goal for Uruguay.
Jubilation: Luis Suarez celebrates having put Uruguay in the lead against South Korea
Bundle: Uruguay celebrate taking the lead.
Second take: Luis Suarez celebrates scoring his second goal which puts Uruguay 2-1 up
45+2: HALF-TIME. Uruguay 1-0 South Korea.
43 min: That has to be a penalty! Four men forward in the Uruguayan break, and Pereira's goalbound volley is blocked by a flying elbow from Cho. Looked blatant in real time, and even worse on the replay.
8 min: GOAL! Uruguay 1-0 South Korea. Dear Lord. That's another for James Corden's World Cup Gaffes DVD (you know it's coming). Suarez taps Uruguay into the lead from a yard out, but it's a personal disaster for Jung, the Korean keeper. Forlan's low cross from the left targetted the space between Jung and his defence, but the keeper chose to leave it, oblivious to Suarez's presence at the far post.
67 min: Goal! Uruguay 1-1 South Korea
67 min: Goal! Uruguay 1-1 South Korea. Game on! Korea level through Lee Chung-yong's header, not a smidgen more than they deserve.
79 min: GOAL! Uruguay 2-1 South Korea. What a goal from Suarez.
79 min: GOAL! Uruguay 2-1 South Korea. What a goal from Suarez. Forlan's corner found it's way to Suarez who was lurking with intent on the left edge of the penalty area. On the greasy, bobbly pitch, his control is instant. He cuts inside onto his right foot, and running away from goal, wraps his foot around and curls an perfect finish inside the back post. Just kisses the upright. Fabulous finish from a serious talent.
FULL-TIME: Uruguay 2-1 South Korea. Vamos. Uruguay march on, into the quarter-finals and a date with either the US or Ghana. Outplayed by the Koreans for much of that game, but the difference was Suarez, whose winner was one of the goals of the tournament.