The group stage of the 2022 FIFA World Cup comes a close Friday after a week and a half of incredible action. Kicking things off in Group H, South Korea (1-1-1) handed Portugal (2-0-1) its first loss of the tournament at Education City Stadium in Al Rayyan, Qatar thanks to a jaw-dropping stoppage-time goal — and we had you covered with all the action on FOX!
Portugal wins Group H for the first time since 2006 — despite Friday’s loss — and South Korea, which is through to the knockout stage on the goals scored tiebreaker, is the group’s runner-up.
Here are the top plays!
Portugal set the tone early in this one, as Ricardo Horta nailed an early shot to put his team in front, 1-0, just minutes into the match.
17′: What could have been
27′: Knotted up!
South Korea evened things up near the 30′ mark, courtesy of Kim Young-Gwon‘s fancy footwork.
42′: No quit
Cristiano Ronaldo attempted a header late in the first half in an effort to give Portugal the lead, but it was no good. Just like that, things remained tied at the break.
90’+1′: New leader!
Hwang Hee-Chan came up with a massive goal in stoppage time, putting South Korea up 2-1.
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