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Uruguay vs South Korea head to head including FIFA World Cup

Check out Uruguay vs South Korea head to head in international football including FIFA World Cup. In Uruguay vs South Korea matches, the CONMEBOL side has majorly dominated.

Sandipan Ghosh
Last updated: 19.11.2022
Uruguay vs South Korea head to head including FIFA World Cup

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CONMEBOL side Uruguay has a rich history while the AFC side South Korea (Korea Republic) is also popular.

In Uruguay vs South Korea matches, the CONMEBOL side has majorly dominated. However, the AFC side is growing in international football and has the ability to challenge in a stronger way.

Here we have brought some major head-to-head records of Uruguay vs South Korea (Uruguay vs Korea Republic) international football matches. 

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Contents

Uruguay vs South Korea: Overall

  • Head-to-Head Records

  • First meeting

  • Last 5 overall meetings


Uruguay vs South Korea: FIFA World Cup

  • Head-to-Head Records

  • All meetings


Uruguay vs South Korea (Uruguay vs Korea Republic): Overall

Head-to-Head Records

Matches

Uruguay Won

South Korea Won

Drawn

8

6

1

1

 

(First meeting)

20th February 1982 (Nehru Cup 1982, League Stage): South Korea 2 – Uruguay 2

(Last 5 overall meetings)

12th October 2018 (International Friendly): South Korea 2 – Uruguay 1

8th September 2014 (International Friendly): South Korea 0 – Uruguay 1

26th June 2010 (FIFA World Cup 2010, Round of 16): Uruguay 2 – South Korea 1

24th March 2007 (International Friendly): South Korea 0 – Uruguay 2

8th June 2003 (International Friendly): South Korea 0 – Uruguay 2


Uruguay vs South Korea (Uruguay vs Korea Republic): FIFA World Cup

Head-to-Head Records

Matches

Uruguay Won

South Korea Won

Drawn

2

2

0

0

 

(All meetings in FIFA World Cup)

FIFA World Cup 1990 – Group E (at Stadio Friuli, Udine): South Korea 0 – Uruguay 1

FIFA World Cup 2010 – Round of 16 (at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, Port Elizabeth): Uruguay 2 – South Korea 1


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