• 17 Jun 2014, Kick Off 11:00pm
  • Ref: NÚstor Pitana
  • Competition: World Cup
  • Arena Pantanal, Cuiaba
Russia
1
1
South Korea
74' Alexander Kerzhakov
 
Result
68' Lee Keun-Ho
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    • 1Akinfeev
    • 22Eshchenko
    • 14Vassili Berezoutski
    • 4Ignashevitch
    • 23Dmitriy Kombarov
    • 8Glushakov
    • 20Faizulin
    • 17Shatov
    • 19Samedov
    • 18Zhirkov
    • 9Kokorin
    • 1Jung Sung-Ryong
    • 3Yun Suk-Young
    • 20Hong
    • 5Kim Young-Gwon
    • 12Lee Yong
    • 14Han Kook-Young
    • 16Ki Sung-Yueng
    • 17Lee Chung-Yong
    • 13Koo
    • 9Son
    • 10Park Chu-Young
    • 2Kozlov
    • 7Denisov
    • 6Kanunnikov
    • 11Kerzhakov
    • 12Lodygin
    • 5Semenov
    • 15Mogilevets
    • 10Dzagoev
    • 16Ryzhikov
    • 3Schennikov
    • 21Ionov
    • 13Granat
    • 4Kwak Tae-Hwi
    • 19Ji
    • 11Lee Keun-Ho
    • 15Park Jong-Woo
    • 23Lee Bum-Young
    • 21Kim Seung-Gyu
    • 2Kim Chang-Soo
    • 7Kim Bo-Kyung
    • 6Hwang Seok-Ho
    • 22Park
    • 18Kim Shin-Wook
    • 8Ha Dae-Sung

    Russia

    Starting line up
    Formation 4-2-3-1
    • 1 I. Akinfeev
    • 22 A. Eshchenko
    • 14 V. Berezoutski
    • 4 S. Ignashevitch
    • 23 D. Kombarov
    • 8 D. Glushakov (Denisov '72)
    • 20 V. Faizulin
    • 17 O. Shatov (Dzagoev '59)
    • 19 A. Samedov
    • 18 Y. Zhirkov (Kerzhakov '71)
    • 9 A. Kokorin

    South Korea

    Starting line up
    Formation 4-2-3-1
    • 1 S. Jung
    • 3 S. Yun
    • 20 J. Hong (Hwang '72)
    • 5 Y. Kim
    • 12 Y. Lee
    • 14 K. Han
    • 16 S. Ki
    • 17 C. Lee
    • 13 J. Koo
    • 9 H. Son (Kim '84)
    • 10 C. Park (Lee '56)
    Substitutes
    • 2 A. Kozlov
    • 7 I. Denisov
    • 6 M. Kanunnikov
    • 11 A. Kerzhakov
    • 12 J. Lodygin
    • 5 A. Semenov
    • 15 P. Mogilevets
    • 10 A. Dzagoev
    • 16 S. Ryzhikov
    • 3 G. Schennikov
    • 21 A. Ionov
    • 13 V. Granat
    Substitutes
    • 4 T. Kwak
    • 19 D. Ji
    • 11 K. Lee
    • 15 J. Park
    • 23 B. Lee
    • 21 S. Kim
    • 2 C. Kim
    • 7 B. Kim
    • 6 S. Hwang
    • 22 J. Park
    • 18 S. Kim
    • 8 D. Ha
    • 1 Goals 1
    • 5 Shots On Target 5
    • 8 Shots Off Target 3
    • 1 Yellow Cards 3
    • 15 Fouls 7
    • 0 Hand Balls 1
    • 49.5 Possession % 50.5
    • 433 Total Passes 458
    • 358 Accurate Passes 385
    • 26 Crosses 12
    • 7 Accurate Crosses 4
    • 4 Corners 4
    • 15 Tackles Won 13
    • 20 Total Tackles 15
    • 2 Blocks 5
    • 5 Blocked Scoring Attempts 2
    • 6 Interceptions 7
    • 32 Clearances 41
    • 32 Effective Clearances 41
    • 25 Headed Clearances 20
    • 4 Keeper Saves 4
    • 6 Keeper Throws 0
    • 6 Accurate Keeper Throws 0
    • 5 Goal Kicks 9
    • 2 Accurate Goal Kicks 3

    Russia vs South Korea

    Russia have only kept one clean sheet in their last six World Cup games, it was against Tunisia on 5 June 2002 (2-0).

    This is South Korea's eighth World Cup in a row (since 1986); only Brazil, Germany, Italy, Argentina and Spain can boast a longer streak currently.

    South Korea have only won two of their last 10 World Cup games (against Togo in 2006 and Greece in 2010).

    The one previous meeting between Russia and South Korea came in a friendly in November 2013; Fabio Capello's side won 2-1.

    Including games played as Soviet Union, Russia have lost seven of their last 10 World Cup games, winning the other three.

    South Korea have kicked off each of the last three World Cups with a win: v Poland in 2002, Togo in 2006 and Greece in 2010.

    South Korea have scored the most direct free-kicks in the World Cup since 1990 (5).

    Aleksandr Kokorin was the youngest player to score 10 or more goals in the Russian Premier League in 2013/14; he was born in March 1991.