|Fernando Nestor Muslera|
|Diego Moreno Lugano|
|Diego Roberto Godin|
|Alvaro Barragan Pereira|
|Diego Perez Ruso (Sebastian Ledesma Eguren, 88)|
|Maximiliano Victor Pereira|
|Egidio Arevalo Rios|
|Ignacio Nacho Gonzalez (Nicolas Lodeiro, 63)|
|Luis Suarez (Sebastian Abreu, 74)|
|Yoann Gourcuff (Florent Malouda, 75)|
|Vassiriki Abou Diaby|
|Sidney Govou (Andre-Pierre Gignac, 85)|
|Nicolas Anelka (Thierry Henry, 72)|
FULL-TIME: URUGUAY 0-0 FRANCE
Henry fires a disappointing free-kick into the defensive wall and that should be that
Lugano is booked for protesting the award of a dubious France free-kick just outside the box. This will be the last chance of the game and Henry is lining it up
The full-time whistle is close and a point apiece is probably about right after what has been a low-key game short on chances. Three minutes will be added for stoppages
Henry and France appeal unsuccessfully for a penalty claiming a Victorino handball but the referee rightly waves play on
Uruguay look happy to hang on for a point as France dominate possession but continue to appear toothless in attack
Diego Perez heads off and is replaced by Sebastian Eguren as Uruguay look to shut up shop
France make a final change with Andre-Pierre Gignac on for the ineffective Govou
Ribery beats his man but lashes a left-foot cross straight out of play. It has been one of those nights for the Bayern Munich winger
Henry rises well to meet Sagna's cross but the flag goes up just as his cute header drops the wrong side of the Uruguay upright
France seem happy to send over aimless crosses and Raymond Domenech again gesticulates wildly from the technical area
Substitute Lodeiro sees red as he catches Sagna on the ankle and rightfully earns a second yellow card. He looks distraught but there can be no complaints
It's getting a little tetchy as we move towards the final 10 minutes. Malouda livens it up with a left-foot drive from 25 yards which flashes comfortably wide
Muslera claims Malouda's free-kick with a calm authority and Henry is yet to touch the ball since coming on
France respond by sending on Malouda for Gourcuff
Sebastian Abreu comes on for Suarez
Forlan holds his head as Suarez flicks on a throw in and he pulls a 12-yard shot wide of the mark. He should have scored there and he knows it!
Raymond Domenech finally makes a change and sends on Thierry Henry for Anelka. Again the horns begin to blow!
Suarez almost sneaks the ball though Abidal's legs and would have been clean through on the keeper. Uruguay appear to have something of a second wind now
Jeremy Toulalan is booked for a late challenge on Pereira. He and Uruguay captain Lugano go head-to-head to discuss
Lloris spills a cross but the whistle blows as Suarez clearly had eyes for the keeper and not the ball and clattered into him
France are starting to turn the screw now as Uruguay fall back into their own half. Do Les Bleus have enough guile to unlock this well-drilled defence though?
Forlan's dipping free-kick bounces in front of Lloris but the French keeper holds well under pressure from Suarez. Lodeiro is booked for dissent
Uruguay send on Nicolas Lodeiro for Ignacio Maria Gonzalez in a first change
Gourcuff lays off a free-kick for Ribery but he takes a swipe from 18 yards and the effort flies well off target. That showed good intelligence if not technique!
Victorino is booked for catching Evra deep in the Uruguay half
Pereira hacks an angled pass looking for the unmarked Anelka away from danger after France break with rare pace and promise
Diaby wastes a good chance to break and then clatters into an opponent in a 10-second passage of play to forget from the Arsenal giant
Gourcuff clatters a shot into Diego Moreno Lugano on the edge of the box following a good run and cut inside from skipper Evra
Forlan takes the ball down superbly on his chest but crashes a difficult volley over the crossbar under pressure from an excellent Gallas attempted block. Good football all around
Diaby heads away Forlan's cross-cum-shot at the back post as France find themselves on the back foot at the start of the second half
Suarez goes down easily under challenge from Diaby and the referee takes the bait and awards Uruguay a dangerous free-kick
Anelka and Govou get in each other's way and right on cue Thierry Henry begins to warm up behind one of the goals!
Uruguay kick-off the second period here in Green Point Stadium
HALF-TIME: URUGUAY 0-0 FRANCE
Muslera punches clear a Gourcuff in-swinging free-kick under extreme pressure and the whistle brings a cagey first half to a close
One minute will be added to this first half for stoppages
Forlan is seeing plenty of the ball but so far his attacking colleagues just don't seem to be on the same wavelength
Raymond Domenech is waving his arms wildly on the touchline and doesn't look happy with what he has seen in a low-key first half
Alvaro Barragan Pereira goes down holding his knee following a block tackle with Govou and he looks to be struggling after a jarring of the joint
Diego Perez Ruso fells Diaby in midfield and is lucky not to see yellow as it was right under this officious referee's nose
Gallas is fortunate as he makes a mess of a long ball and lets in Suarez only for the whistle to go for a free-kick against the Uruguay striker
Referee Nishimura of Japan is taking no nonsense and certainly enjoys a good gesticulation or two
Suarez is flagged offside from a brilliant Forlan pass and that's criminal from the Uruguay striker. Forlan lets him know that too!
Forlan is having to drop deep to get the ball as Uruguay's midfield is non-existent and he can't do any damage with his back to goal some 40 yards out
Anelka gets in the way of Diaby's pass looking for the run of Govou and the flag goes up for offside. Govou would have been clean through on goal and coach Raymond Domenech can't believe it
Govou's low cross almost falls perfectly for Anelka but Mauricio Victorino hooks the ball away with his side pinned back in their own half
Diaby goes on a storming run but the move is ended by an Anelka cross to nobody. The Chelsea striker would have seen no support had he bothered to look up there!
Diego Roberto Godin stands tall and stops the run of Anelka just as it looks as if the goal was gaping after Uruguay gifted possession to the France striker in a dangerous position
Gourcuff again goes for goal from distance but again is not close to troubling the keeper with a left-foot effort from 30 yards
Ribery now sees yellow for a needless tackle on Egidio Arevalo Rios deep in the Uruguay half
Gourcuff almost surprises the keeper with a cute free-kick to the near post which Fernando Nestor Muslera has to scamper across his line to fist behind
Hugo Lloris claws away a curling effort from Forlan from the edge of the box after the striker earned a yard of space with William Gallas standing off. That's a warning to the French defence not to switch off
Nicolas Anelka gives the ball away cheaply and he's not made the best of starts to this match
Govou's weak header from a corner is cleared by Suarez but France are still on the front foot
Patrice Evra is booked for pulling back Victor Pereira by his shirt on the halfway line. That was needless from the France skipper
Abou Diaby cuts inside but drives an ambitious 30-yard shot well high and wide from a central position
Yoann Gourcuff dwells on the ball and has it nicked off his toes but France have certainly started the brighter
Ribery bundles his way past his marker and squares a cross which Sidney Govou makes a hash off from six yards out. That had the game's opening goal written all over it!
Not a lot to report so far with neither side able to carve out any serious opening in a cagey start
For France Franck Ribery also looks in determined mood and he could well prove central to their hopes of progressing far
Forlan tries a cheeky back-heel which almost comes off and the Atletico Madrid striker looks lively in these opening seconds
France get this game underway to the deafening noise of horns being blown around the stadium
Uruguay spring no such surprises with Luis Suarez partnering the ever-dangerous Diego Forlan in a potent attack
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