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Russia Rescues One Point Against South Korea After Keeper Blunder, Watch The Highlights Here
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.
Check for Twitter updates on the official hashtag of the match, #RUSKOR, also embedded in this page.
— 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.
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