Algeria provided a rampant first-half display to beat South Korea 4-2 in their second Group H match. The result means Russia's place in the knockout stage is under threat: Algeria need just one point during the encounter to advance.
South Korea are on the brink of elimination, despite showing decent fight after going 3-0 down. A miracle is needed if the Asian side are to progress.
Here's a full rundown of player ratings from across the bout.
|Player||Half-Time Rating||Full-Time Rating|
S.R. Jung: Afforded no support by his defenders. Can't be blamed for the deficit.
S.Y. Yun: Struggled with Djabou before letting Slimani have a free header at goal.
Y.G. Kim: Perhaps lucky to have escape a penalty shout in the opening minutes.
Y. Lee: Wants to get forward, but it continually halted due to Algeria's dominance.
J.H. Hong: Can't deal with the trickery of Algeria's forwards. One of many who are struggling.
J.C. Koo: The highlight of his game so far is taking a knock to the head.
K.Y. Han: Rarely in possession, out-battled across the pitch.
S.Y. Ki: Couldn't get on the ball. Looking lost against a physical midfield.
C.Y. Lee: Looking to support Son whenever possible.
C.Y. Park: Anonymous beyond one run early in the game. Needs to work harder.
H.M. Son: Showed moments of top class play.
S.R. Jung: Couldn't have done any more than he did. Will be disappointed with his defence.
S.Y. Yun: Played without intelligence or the belief he could compete. A truly terrible performance.
Y.G. Kim: Lucky to have not conceded a penalty, couldn't deal with long balls.
Y. Lee: Exposed throughout the match, although showed decent energy.
J.H. Hong: Will need to dust himself off after a difficult display. Outfoxed when Algeria targeted his position.
J.C. Koo: Went missing for the most part. Began to influence the game after South Korea's first, but soon faded.
K.Y. Han: Popped up with an attacking run and goal in the second half, but needed more energy to continually pressure.
S.Y. Ki: Hit one stinger of a shot and a handful of poor free kicks. Greater end product needed, although distribution was top class in the second half.
C.Y. Lee: Couldn't link with Son, leaving his teammate isolated.
C.Y. Park: Failed to make an impact at all. Didn't offer his full-back enough support down the flanks.
H.M. Son: Had it all to do by himself. Scored a decent goal and looked threatening when given space.
D.W. Ji: One poor shot from the edge of the box.
K. Wook: Caused plenty of problems with his height. Was needed earlier.
Lee Keunho: Not enough time to make an impact.
|Player||Half-Time Rating||Full-Time Rating|
M'Bolhi: Rarely called into action.
Mandi: Delivered a couple of wicked balls from the right, looking to attack when possible.
Bougherra: A solid 45 minutes. Made one vital tackle on Son, limiting the deadly forward's time on the ball.
Halliche: Powerful in the air. Scored an excellent second and looks impenetrable at the back.
Mesbah: Rarely troubled, will be happy with a solid half.
Medjani: Failed with a couple of crosses, but playing positively.
Bentaleb: Cool in possession, keeping things ticking over well.
Djabou: Unfortunate to have not won a penalty, but managed to slot home a simple third goal.
Feghouli: Created an early chance and continues to be creative in possession.
Brahimi: Plenty of action across the pitch, adding real energy to the team.
Slimani: Missed two glorious opportunities inside the first 30 minutes, before scoring.
Full Time Analysis
M'Bolhi: Made one top class save from Ki. Looked to punch, for better or for worse, whenever possible.
Mandi: Continued to press when the energy levels dropped. Some quality deliveries from deep.
Bougherra: Excellent in the first half and began to struggle during the second. Wook's appearance added a slight sense of panic.
Halliche: Scored an important second and dominated throughout. An excellent display.
Mesbah: Drew the South Korean defence out of position with runs up the line.
Medjani: Lucky to have not conceded a penalty late on. His crossing wasn't particular sharp, but Medjani played confidently and with real industry.
Bentaleb: An under the radar performance that kept things moving. Quietly decent.
Djabou: Scored a simple third and was may have had a penalty. Ran out of steam during the second half.
Feghouli: Impressive on the ball, but overshadowed by Brahimi's endless running and dribbling skills.
Brahimi: Deserved his goal. Continued to bomb up and down the pitch and looked a real threat on the ball.
Slimani: Quiet in the second half. A mixed bag from the man who scored Algeria's opener, as he could have notched a hat-trick.
Nabil Ghilas: Made a number of defensive headers after coming on. Worked really hard, an impressive brief showing from the forward.
Essaid Belkalem: Barely called into action, tried to mark Wook out of the game.
Medhi Lacen: Added much needed legs after Brahimi's heroics.