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By Harry Poole

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  1. Goodbye

    FT: Norway reach last 16

    That's all from me tonight.

    It wasn't to be for South Korea, with two penalties enough for Norway to earn victory in their final group game.

    You can read the match report over here.

    And you can catch up with everything that happened in the other Group A match as France beat Nigeria 1-0 here.

    Thanks for joining!

  2. What's happening on Tuesday?

    Yep, tomorrow it's the turn of Group C to take centre stage, with Italy in the driving seat in that one.

    Meanwhile, Brazil and Australia both need just a draw from their third matches to guarantee qualification.

    Jamaica will need to beat Australia and look to overhaul their vastly inferior goal difference, before then hoping results elsewhere fall their way.

    You can read all the group permutations here.

    Group C table
  3. Italy, Brazil, Australia or Jamaica?

    FT: Norway reach last 16

    Looking at Norway's route forward, they're set to face the runners-up of Group C which could still be any one of Italy, Brazil, Australia or Jamaica.

    Martin Sjogren's side can sit back and watch how that one unfolds with a keen eye tomorrow.

    That last-16 match will take place on Saturday.

  4. Brilliant back heel sets up South Korea's first goal

    FT: South Korea 1-2 Norway

    South Korea may have only scored one goal at this World Cup, but it was a very, very good one!

    A lovely flick from Lee Geum-min allowed Min-ji Yeo to reduce the deficit against to 2-1.

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    Video caption: Min-ji Yeo set up with a brilliant back heel
  5. Post update

    FT: South Korea 1-2 Norway

    Tom Garry

    BBC Sport at Stade Auguste-Delaune, Reims

    There were initially loud boos at the final whistle, as the crowd felt South Korea had a chance for one last attack, with the ball near the Norway penalty area, but it's the end of the road for South Korea at this tournament.

    Norway - who look fairly well-organised - march on to face the runners-up of Group C in Nice on Saturday.

    Right now they've gone over to applaud their small band of travelling supporters off to our right, arms in the air, with wide smiles. Job done, for them.

  6. Post update

    South Korea 1-2 Norway

    Defeat is perhaps harsh on South Korea, who really did go after an equaliser and went agonisingly close on several occasions.

    The crowd were not too happy when the referee blew for full-time with another South Korean attack building...

  7. France, Norway progress

    FT: Norway reach last 16

    The whistle has gone in Rennes, and France do progress from Group A as winners.

    Nigeria will have to await other results to learn their fate.

    Confirmation, then, of Norway's qualification as runners-up:

    Group A: France, Norway, Nigeria, South Korea
  8. Post update

    FT: South Korea 1-2 Norway

    The action continues between France and Nigeria, meanwhile, with the hosts on course to top Group A deep in to injury time.

    They will finish on nine points as it stands, ahead of Norway on six and leaving Nigeria on three points.

  9. FULL-TIME

    South Korea 1-2 Norway

    That's it! Norway are through to the last 16!

    South Korea, despite their very best efforts tonight, are out.

    Norway
  10. Post update

    South Korea 1-2 Norway

    1995 world champions Norway are having to really concentrate in these final minutes, but Ingrid Hjelmseth, who has provided real calm and order in the Norway goal, comes out to collect another cross with no issues.

  11. Post update

    South Korea 1-2 Norway

    There will be three minutes of extra time in Reims.

    The final minutes of South Korea's World Cup as it stands.

    Late drama? Go on then.

  12. Post update

    South Korea 1-2 Norway

    Norway are trying to keep it in the corner to frustrate the South Koreans who have all the momentum in the closing stages.

    South Korea fall into the trap and give away a free-kick, and Norway just keep it in the corner as the clock ticks down.

  13. YELLOW CARD

    South Korea 1-2 Norway

    Yeo Min-Ji picks up just the second booking of this match with South Korea in a hurry to win the ball back and potentially grab a late equaliser.

    Norway have other plans though, and win a corner after good work by Karina Saevik.

  14. GREAT SAVE!

    South Korea 1-2 Norway

    That's a great save by Norway goalkeeper Ingrid Hjelmseth!

    The excellent Lee Geum-min drives in from the left as she has all game and fires a powerful shot across the Norway goal.

    Hjelmseth is equal to it though, springing across to push the shot away from danger.

    South Korea fancy this!

    Ingrid Hjelmseth
  15. SUBSTITUTION

    South Korea 1-2 Norway

    Jeong Yeon-ga and Kang Yu-mi are on for South Korea.

  16. Post update

    South Korea 1-2 Norway

    Meanwhile, France have scored a re-taken penalty against Nigeria and are now well on course to win Group A.

  17. Post update

    South Korea 1-2 Norway

    Tom Garry

    BBC Sport at Stade Auguste-Delaune, Reims

    The South Korea fans behind the goal look so happy you'd think they'd just gone through to the next round! You can't help but feel pleased for them, after the loyal support they've given their side tonight.

    They've had to wait nearly 260 minutes of World Cup football for a goal and finally, finally they have one!

  18. GOAL South Korea 1-2 Norway

    Min-ji Yeo

    This is a lovely goal for South Korea's first of the tournament!

    Lee Geum-min, who has been a constant threat for South Korea, produces a lovely flick to Min-ji Yeo who manages to rotate in the six-yard box and convert past Ingrid Hjelmseth.

    Game on!

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    Video caption: Min-ji Yeo set up with a brilliant back heel
  19. Post update

    South Korea 0-2 Norway

    Tom Garry

    BBC Sport at Stade Auguste-Delaune, Reims

    Tonight's attendance here in Reims is 13,034, plus that one drum from South Korea which is still going, relentlessly.

  20. Post update

    South Korea 0-2 Norway

    Interesting!

    It's all happening over in Rennes as a penalty is awarded to France, but Wendie Renard misses it!

    A second yellow card also means Ngoze Ebere is sent off for Nigeria.

    As you were, almost.