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- South Korea beat Portugal to squeeze into next round at World CupSoccer ·
December 2, 2022 · 5:58 PM UTC· undefined ago
South Korea scored a last-gasp goal to beat already-qualified Portugal 2-1 at the World Cup in a comeback win that sent the Asian side into the last 16 ahead of Uruguay on goals scored.