Richard Chung: Perhaps a stint of national service will help instill a little discipline into the South Korean team...
Five minutes left, Mexico will want the ref to call this game ASAP before the South Koreans can inflict more damage onto their bodies.Copyright: Reuters
Final change for South Korea.
Kim Min-woo, on military service, salutes as he leaves the pitch and Hong Chul enters the play.
Michael Scarn: Mexico may be the new World Cup darlings, but they don't half love a bit of diving and simulation.
To say they teach discipline in South Korea, their footballers are anything but.
A really unpleasant bunch.
They have conceded 20 fouls in this match and collected four yellow cards.Copyright: EPA
Si: No one can fault South Korea for spirit, strength and athleticism but in instinct, technique and tactics they’re behind.
Further dirty play from South Korea.
Sub Jung Woo-young, who came on 30 seconds ago, lips his elbow up into the throat of Javier Hernandez.
Yellow card, should have been red.Copyright: Reuters
Further changes for each side.
South Korea's Moon Seon-min makes way for Jung Woo-young, while Mexico's Giovani dos Santos enters the action in place of Carlos Vela.
Neil: South Korea are just a band of hacks. They are pretty dirty players.
Gregory Mandapat: As a Yank, I should not be rooting for Mexico. However, these are some weird times we are living in. Politics and rivalries be damned. Vamos El Tri!Copyright: Reuters
South Korea skipper Ki Sung-yeung slides in on Guillermo Ochoa a good few seconds after the Mexico goalkeeper collects the ball.
Horrible challenge, nasty, dirty.Copyright: Reuters
What is he doing??
Rafael Marquez gives the ball away inside his own box to South Korea striker Son Heung-min, as his backpass towards Guillermo Ochoa falls short.
But the ex-Barca man redeems himself by tracking back and nicking the ball off the Tottenham player before he can get a shot away.Copyright: Reuters
- SMS Message: Lozano, Vela, Guardado, Ochoa; this Mexico team has some classic former Football Manager wonder kids. from Joe O'G
Alice Stainer: I think Mexico are my new favourite team. They seem to have a freedom and joy in their play that few other teams possess, not to mention their wonderfully exuberant fans.
Daniel Haddon: Never got why Man United sold Hernandez.Copyright: Reuters
The South Korean yellow card tally is totting up now.
Lee Seung-woo with a horrible kick into the shins of Miguel Layun, a deserved booking.
Could it have been red?
Rob Elmore: So who are the favourites now? Belgium, Russia, Mexico...
Rachel T: Ruined by West Ham, redeemed by the World Cup. Go Chicharito!Copyright: EPA
Mexico's Hirving Lozano getting a well-earned rest, trotting off to be replaces by Jesus Corona.
Drinks on him if he scores tonight.
South Korea are having to push forward now.
Hwang Hee-chan, who has impressed for the Asian side, has a deflected shot well gathered by Mexico goalkeepr Guillermo Ochoa.Copyright: EPA
Javier Hernandez has become the first player to score 50 goals for Mexico.Copyright: Reuters
Former Tottenham manager on BBC Radio 5 live
Terrific goal. A fast break, we know they are adept at that. Korea throwing men forward trying to get the elusive goal.
Hernandez doesn't hit it that cleanly, but does well to cut inside and sit the Korea keeper down.
I think it is beyond Korea, they will go home empty-handed.
- SMS Message: They'll be going loco down in Acapulco! from Johnny K