FIFA World Cup: South Korea's Paolo Bento believes Son will need time to rehabilitate.

South Korea coach Paulo Bento was impressed by his team's performance . Bento wanted fans to concentrate on Son's fitness after a difficult week .

Doha, Qatar (Qatar), November 25: As the team finished with a goalless draw against Uruguay, South Korea coach Paulo Bento was impressed by his team's results, and wanted fans to concentrate on Son's fitness after the Spurs forward had a rough day earlier this month, but the game was not as fruitful.He was out of work for a long time after a serious injury.He only joined the club in the last few days.After a ligament injury and being exposed to more aggressive games, it is only natural that he would have to re-adapt, according to Bento, who was quoted by Skysports as saying.

We all knew our opponent was a lot of footballer, so we needed to step up our game, and we did that in the first half, particularly.Talking about the match, the Uruguay squad attempted to hit the post twice but struggled to get past South Korea's defense.In the first half, the Koreans put on a lot of pushing.Heung-min Son floated around a corner, but Uruguay eventually overtook it.

Hwang Ui-Jo (Korea Republic) right-footed shot from the box is just a little too high in the 34th minute.Kim Moon-Hwan assisted in the 43rd minute with a cross.Godin then went on to hit the left post with a header from the centre of the box in the 43rd minute.Federico Valverde opens a cross in the centre of the box to Jose Gimenezs, who misses to the right in the first half.

After fracturing his left eye in a Champions League match, Spurs attacker and South Korean skipper Heung-min Son underwent surgery earlier this month.Uruguay attempted to make the pitch wide and put the ball over the backline because South Koreans were thin in their defence.The South Koreans were also on the front foot and were a good possession, causing Uruguay problems.Darwin Nunez had a few attempts in front of the goal, but it was saved in the 81st minute by a wide shot.FedericoValverde hit a good shot from distance in the 90th minute but could not find a breakthrough.Compared to South Korea, which had 44, Uruguay had 56% of the ball in the 90th minute.

Uruguay lost ten goals in the Asian tournament, while the Asian team suffered seven.

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