South Korea vs Portugal: World Cup 2022 – LIVE!

Portugal could seal top spot in Group H with a win over South Korea today after an impressive World Cup campaign thus far. Despite the circus that surrounds Cristiano Ronaldo, Fernando Santos’ side have made reasonably light work of the tournament, winning both of their opening games with little concern.

South Korea, meanwhile, need to win to stand any chance of making the last 16. Their dramatic loss to Ghana has seen them sit on the brink of a disappointing exit and only three points would put them in any kind of contention. Heung-min Son has not looked fully fit and desperately needs to step up here.

Santos could rest players and lean on a talented squad for the final group game and, last night, Japan and Costa Rica proved anything can happen in the final game. Follow all of the action LIVE with Standard Sport’s match blog. Malik Ouzia will be providing expert analysis from the ground.

Live updates


South Korea team news: Na Sang-Ho in line for recall

South Korea manager Paulo Bento – a former Portugal international himself – will be absent from the touchline for this one, after English referee Anthony Taylor showed him a red card after the final whistle against Ghana. Bento was unhappy that Taylor blew up for full-time before his team could take a corner.

On the pitch, Korea will surely recall Na Sang-Ho, who was dropped to the bench against Ghana.

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How to watch

TV channel: Viewers in the UK can tune into South Korea versus Portugal live and for free on BBC One, with coverage starting at 2.30pm.

Live stream: The game will also be available to stream live online via the BBC Sport website and BBC iPlayer.



Good afternoon and welcome to the Evening Standard’s LIVE coverage of the World Cup group game between South Korea and Portugal.

Kick off at the Education City Stadium is at 3pm GMT.

Stick with us.

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