Saturday, 10:00 a.m. ET – Uruguay vs. South Korea at Port Elizabeth Stadium What to watch for Can the South Koreans maintain the level of organization and comfort that carried them out of the first round for the first time away from home? There were signs of the old, panic-stricken Korean defense in the last 10 minutes against Nigeria this past Tuesday, so Uruguay will try to test their opponents early. The Uruguayans have played as expected: They are resolute in defense and dangerous whenever they can get the ball in the direction of Diego Forlan or Luis Suarez. The Koreans came apart against Argentina in an early Group B contest, not a good omen for this match, but they also were in that game for 75 minutes and were never in over their heads. If they can get enough possession to attack they will make this interesting. Keys to the game Uruguay must get the best from Alvaro Periera and Diego Perez in midfield, both to keep tabs on South Korean ace Park Ji-Sung and to provide the service for Forlan and Suarez. South Korea has found a real striker in Park Chu Young and a true general in… Read full this story
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