Algeria kept their hopes of advancing to the knockout stages of the World Cup intact with a thrilling 4-2 victory over South Korea on Sunday.
The Algerians now sit with three points in Group H before their final match against Russia, while South Korea have one point.
Algeria struck first, as Islam Slimani scored in the 26th minute with a fantastic solo effort in fighting off two South Korean defenders and chipping in his finish.
Algeria scores two quick goals 2-0 Algeria https://t.co/tqtoc1X6Ix— gifdsports (@gifdsports) June 22, 2014
Rafik Halliche doubled the Algerian lead just a minute later, heading home a powerful header off of a corner kick.
Abdelmoumene Djabou gave the Algerians a commanding 3-0 lead in the 38th minute with a neat finish to the far post.
South Korea pulled one back in the 49th minute, as Son Heung-min nutmegged Algeria goalkeeper Adi Mbolhi after a clever turn.
Yacine Brahimi surely put the match away for the Algerians, finishing off a fantastic team buildup in the 62nd minute.
The wild, unpredictable match between the two kept getting stranger, as Koo Ja-cheol pulled another goal back for the Koreans to set up a nervy finish for Algeria.
South Korea trying to make a comeback 4-2 https://t.co/MMnvKRYuie— gifdsports (@gifdsports) June 22, 2014
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