South Korea - Brazil (12:00 GMT, Seoul World Cup Stadium, Seoul) : Play by play commentary
SOUTH KOREA 0-2 BRAZIL
Neymar 43', Oscar 49'
F/T - Comfortable win for Brazil. South Korea rarely threatened. David Luiz impressive in central defence, while there was two good goals from Neymar and Oscar. Next up is Zambia on Tuesday.
85' - South Korea substitution: Yun Il-Lok replaces Lee Chung-Yong.
81' - Brazil substitution: Maxwell replaces Marcelo.
78' - Brazil substitution: Oscar is replaced by Bernard.
77' - South Korea substitution: Ko Yo-Han is on for Kim Bo-Kyung.
75' - A neat passing move from Brazil ends with Hernanes shooting from range, but his shot tamely runs through to Jung Sung-Ryong.
70' - Neymar drives forward, but the ball bounces up in front of him and is shot is waywardly behind for a goal-kick.
68' - Near post corner is headed just wide by Lee Chung-Yong.
67' - Double Brazil substitution: Lucas Leiva and Hernanes replace Paulinho and Luiz Gustavo.
64' - South Korea substitution: Koo Ja-Cheol is replaced by Son Heung-Min.
59' - Neymar's free-kick is flicked across goal by Jô, with Luiz Gustavo's header deflected just wide.
51' - South Korea substitution: Lee Keun Ho is on for Ji Dong-Won.
49' - GOAL BRAZIL - Excellent through-ball from Paulinho sets Oscar clear and he rounds Jung Sung-Ryong to double Brazil's advantage.
46' - Half-time change for Brazil: Ramires replaces Hulk.
H/T - A few South Korean counter-attacks aside, Brazil have been comfortable. Neymar understandably frustrated with the treatment he has received, but it's his free-kick that is the difference at the break.
45' - Neymar free-kick from the left is cut-back for David Luiz, whose placed shot goes just past the near post.
43' - GOAL BRAZIL - Neymar's free-kick gives Brazil the lead of the cusp of half-time. Jung Sung-Ryong flapped at it and probably should have done better.
42' - Neymar is growing increasingly frustrated at the systematic fouling of the South Koreans. Marcelo foolishly gets involved as there is a confrontation between various members of both teams on the touchline.
35' - Daniel Alves plays a one-two with Jô, but his shot is dragged wide from just outside the area.
33' - South Korea counter after Marcelo loses possession at half way. The ball eventually breaks to Kim Bo-Kyung on the edge of the area, but his shot is comfortable for Jefferson.
27' - Lee Yong finds space on the right. His cross is excellently headed behind by David Luiz, with Koo Ja-Cheol coming in behind him.
23' - Run inside from Neymar. His pass forward his deflected into Oscar, who turns and shoots just over from around 25 yards.
13' - First opening for Brazil. Hulk gets in from Jô's flick, but he is quickly smoothered by Jung Sung-Ryong.
10' - Brazil controlling the early exchanges. A couple of set-pieces from the inside left aside, no real chances created. Neymar has been regularly fouled.
South Korea line up: Jung Sung-Ryong; Lee Yong, Kim Jin-Su, Hong Jeong-Ho, Kim Young-Gwon; Han Kook-Young, Ki Seung-Yeung, Kim Bo-Kyung, Koo Ja-Cheol, Lee Chung-Young; Ji Dong-Won.
Brazil line up: Jefferson; Daniel Alves, David Luiz, Dante, Marcelo; Luiz Gustavo, Paulinho, Oscar; Hulk, Neymar, Jô.
Goalkeepers: Jefferson (Botafogo), Victor (Atlético Mineiro), Diego Cavalieri (Fluminense)
Defenders: Daniel Alves (Barcelona), David Luiz (Chelsea), Marcelo (Real Madrid), Dedé (Cruzeiro), Dante (Bayern Munich), Henrique (Palmeiras), Maxwell (Barcelona)
Midfielders: Ramires (Chelsea), Lucas Moura (Paris Saint-Germain), Oscar (Chelsea), Paulinho (Tottenham Hotspur), Hernanes (Lazio), Lucas Leiva (Liverpool), Bernard (Shakhtar Donetsk)
Forwards: Neymar (Barcelona), Hulk (Zenit Saint Petersburg), Alexandre Pato (Corinthians), Jô (Atlético Mineiro)
Coach: Luiz Felipe Scolari
South Korea squad:
Goalkeepers: Jung Sung-Ryong (Suwon Bluewings), Kim Seung-Gyu (Ulsan Hyundai), Lee Bum-Young (Busan IPark)
Defenders: Kwak Tae-Hwi (Al-Shabab), Kang Min-Soo (Ulsan Hyundai), Hong Jeong-Ho (Augsburg), Kim Young-Gwon (Guangzhou Evergrande), Park Joo-Ho (Mainz 05), Kim Chang-Soo (Kashiwa Reysol), Lee Yong (Ulsan Hyundai), Kim Jin-Su (Albirex Nigata), Yun Suk-Young (Queens Park Rangers)
Midfielders: Ki Seung-Yeung (Sunderland), Lee Chung-Young (Bolton Wanderers), Kim Bo-Kyung (Cardiff City), Son Heung-Min (Bayer Leverkusen), Ko Yo-Han (FC Seoul), Lee Myung-Joo (Pohang Steelers), Yun Il-Lok (FC Seoul), Han Kook-Young (Shonan Bellmare), Park Jong-Woo (Busan IPark), Kim Tae-Hwan (Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma)
Forwards: Lee Keun-Ho (Sangju Sangmu), Koo Ja-Cheol (VfL Wolfsburg), Ji Dong-Won (Sunderland)
Coach: Hong Myung-Bo