PLAYER RATINGS: Suarez looked his age in attack as Uruguay drew 0-0 with South Korea
The World Cup's tally of lacklustre 0-0 stalemates continued in Group G as Uruguay and South Korea played out a goalless affair at the Education City Stadium on Thursday.
Both sides were forced to settle for a share of the spoils after Diego Godin and Federico Valverde each struck the woodwork for Diego Alonso's side, afterHwang Ui-jo squandered a glorious chance to take the lead for South Korea.
Sportsmail has rated both teams' players following the drab affair in Al Rayyan.
Sergio Rochet 6
Solid when called upon. His error late on could have been punished if Son Heung-min had his shooting boots on.
Martin Caceres 6
Reliable performance from the 35-year-old veteran, who dealt with South Korea well despite the yellow card. Offered little going forward.
Jose Gimenez 9
Best player on the pitch with dominance in the air and leadership at the back. Peppered South Korea with threatening diagonal passes in the first-half.
Diego Godin 8
Unlucky to see his header crash the post. Dealt with South Korea's long ball strategy well despite his ageing legs.
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