Uruguay will be disappointed that they could not find a way past a determined South Korea after hitting the post twice.
Uruguay and South Korea have started their World Cup campaigns with draws in closely contested matches, a fast-paced game that lacked killer finishes at the end.
Both sets of fans put the pressure on their respective teams during a goalless but still entertaining affair at the Education City Stadium in Doha on Wednesday.
Diego Godin went the closest for Uruguay in the first half when he hit the post with a header. Federico Valverde struck the post again in the 89th minute with a long-range effort.
South Korea also created several half chances, but they will be disappointed that they did not capitalize on some exciting counter-attacks.
More to follow.