2022 World Cup stats: Asia's record 3, Shaqiri's 5, Uruguay's missing 1

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Day 13 of the 2022 FIFA World Cup saw dramatic conclusions to Group G and Group H with South Korea denying Uruguay a place in the knockout stages.

Cameroon ended Brazil's World Cup group stage unbeaten streak of 17 games, while Son Heung-min's South Korea scored in stoppage time to advance along with Portugal from Group H.

By The Numbers has the best stats from the four World Cup matches played on Friday:

Ghana vs Uruguay


Ghana is the first team to not convert multiple penalties vs a single opponent at the FIFA World Cup (Ghana also missed in 2010 QF).


Uruguay needed to score just one more goal after South Korea's match ended to advance to the knockouts.


Giorgian de Arrascaeta is the third Uruguayan to score two goals in the first-half of a World Cup match, after Juan Peregrino Anselmo vs Yugoslavia (1930) and Oscar Miguez vs Bolivia (1950).


Uruguay have been eliminated from the FIFA World Cup group stage for the first time in 22 years. They have advanced to knockout stage in their previous three World Cup appearances.

South Korea vs Portugal


Three countries from the Asian Football Confederation have advanced to the round of 16 -- the most ever in a single World Cup.


Four of South Korea's last seven goals at the World Cup have been scored in the 90th minute or later.


Ricardo Horta's goal was the fifth straight World Cup goal scored by players other than Cristiano Ronaldo, the most without Ronaldo since a streak of nine straight between 2006 and 2010 World Cups.


Kim Young-gwon became the 10th different South Korea player to score two or more goals in World Cup history. He is also the oldest South Korea player (32 years) to score in a World Cup since Hwang Sun-hong (33) vs. Poland in 2002.

Serbia vs Switzerland


Only three players have scored in the past three FIFA World Cups: Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi and Xherdan Shaqiri.


Shaqiri scored his fifth World Cup goal, second-most for Switzerland behind Josef "Sepp" Hügi, who has scored six. He is also the first Swiss player to score at three FIFA World Cups -- he scored three goals in 2014 and once in 2018.

Cameroon vs Brazil


Mbeumo's shot on goal in the third minute of first-half stoppage time was the first shot on goal Brazil have faced this World Cup.


Aboubakar is the first player to be sent off from a game for excessive celebration in a World Cup match since Zinedine Zidane in the 2006 final against Italy - 16 years ago.


Cameroon ended Brazil's World Cup group stage unbeaten streak at 17 games. Prior to Friday, they hadn't lost in this phase of the competition since 1998 when Norway defeated them.

(Stats courtesy: ESPN Stats and Information Group)