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Suarez scored first in the eighth minute on a long cross from Diego Forlan that skipped through South Korea's back line. Suarez, unmarked, buried the pass into the left corner of the net.
South Korean midfielder Lee Chung-Yong tied the game at one with a header in the 68th minute. But Uruguay's vaunted attack was too much for South Korea's back line.
Suarez's second goal came in the 80th minute on a shot taken just outside the eighteen that bended just inside the right goalpost to make the score 2-1, where it would remain until the final whistle was called.
With the win, Uruguay awaits the winner of U.S. versus Ghana, slated to kick off today at 2:30 p.m. in Rustenburg.
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