Russia takes on South Korea as the last two teams who haven’t played yet square off in a Group H match up at Arena Pantanal in Cuiabá. Catch all the action below in our live streaming feed via Univision.
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— Matt Clapp (@sharapovasthigh) June 17, 2014
HT: Russia 0, South Korea 0. If you've tuned out, we don't blame you. This may have been the highlight of the half: pic.twitter.com/lPS7qF6gBj
— FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) June 17, 2014
— Football Tips (@footballtips) June 17, 2014
Oh, what’s that? Is there a soccer match going on?
— SB Nation Soccer (@SBNationSoccer) June 17, 2014
HOWLER ALERT! It wasn’t the first time Igor Akinfeev dropped the ball after a save. This time, it proved costly for Russia.
It’s all about #Brands:
Life imitates art. Or a sleeve patch, anyway. pic.twitter.com/bWt0VqTWpk
— Owen Good (@owengood) June 17, 2014
Fabio Capello is the highest paid trainer in the World Cup for a reason. His substitute Aleksandr Kerzhakov bails out Igor Akinfeev with the equalizer in the 74th minute.
Glad to see Russian Santa in the house. It’s Christmas in….June.
— SBS – The World Game (@TheWorldGame) June 17, 2014
FT: South Korea 1, Russia 1. So much for an uneventful first half? Russia and South Korea each get a point after an exhilarating second half.