After their three Group H games, South Korea and Uruguay were level on four points each.
However, the Asian team, which scored more goals than the two-time World Cup champion, advanced to the round of 16.
Uruguay and South Korea tied for second place with four points each.
when the current FIFA World Cup in Qatar's first round came to an end.
Uruguay and South Korea both had a goal differential of zero.
However, South Korea had four more goals than Uruguay (2).
South Korea finished second in Group H, and as a result, advanced to the round of 16.
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