Tragically again, besides swallowing defeats, goalkeeper host That curved Khune gets punishment red cards by WasitMassimo Busacca from Switzerland minutes 75th after he propping penyerang Luis Suarez wishing breaking goalkeeper.
Violations also makes the referee to give a gift penalty is solved completely by Diego Forlan, who earlier or 24 minutes to create the first goal for his country through hard kick right foot from outside the penalty box. While the third goal was created Alvaru Pereira in the injury time second half.
South Africa is in the opening match last Friday arrested Mexico 1-1, in game two yesterday, again failed to show the best games. Protege Carlos Alberto Parreira was impressed burdened with targets victory to open opportunities to the next round.
Although South Africa a lot of attack. But the high discipline of the players under the Uruguay by applying the marking is tight against your opponent, making the desire hosts score a goal is always constrained.
Conversely Uruguay appear confident. Highlights eyes tens of thousands of spectators at Loftus Versfeld Stadium which generally support the host, do not make Luis Suarez et al awkward. They even enjoyed the game.
Penyerang mainstay most fertile in Montevideo, Diego Forlan silencing stronghold host through goals spectacular created minute 24th. Forlan who played with Atletico Madrid, scored a goal through hard kick right foot launching from outside the penalty box Bola results kick Forlan in advance about the Plank wicket South Africa and could not be anticipated goalie host Itumeleng Khune.
In the second half, Siyabonga Nomvete et al continue to appear open to dismantle the defense opponents. Still, efforts protege Pereira did not see the results.
Goalkeepers replacement Mooneb Josephs incoming replaces Pienaar to fill the position left by Itumeleng, powerless to resist penalty Forlan.
Despite the 2-0, but the U ruguay was not satisfied. Condition opponent who played ten players, are used very well by Uruguay to create a third goal during injury time by Alvaro Pereira.