Korea Republic vs Chile Live Score and Live Stream


Korea Republic played Chile in a friendly match on June 6. The match kicked off 11:00 UTC. Korea Republic won 2-0.

Hee-Chan Hwang scored the first goal on the 12th minute of the game followed by a goal from Son Heung-Min who made the final score 2-0.

Korea Republic national football team (also known as South Korea) and Chile national football team meet again 4 years after the friendly match which ended in a draw 0-0. Korea Republic national football team are on a poor run of form as they're approaching this clash after defeats from Brazil and United Arab Emirates.

Chile national football team are preparing for the match after 2 defeats in a row from Uruguay and Brazil. They're going to need to sort out the problems in the back first to improve the results as they have been conceding goals for 4 consecutive matches now.

ScoreBat is covering Korea Republic vs Chile in real time, providing the live stream and live score of the match, team line-ups, full match stats, live match commentary and official video highlights. We cover all World INTERNATIONAL FRIENDLIES in real time and provide live streaming whenever possible.

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Live Streaming

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We are updating team formations and line-ups for Korea Republic - Chile in real time.

Korea Republic kicked off the game with Kim Seung-Gyu, Hong Chul, Hee-Chan Hwang, In-Beom Hwang, Woo-Yeong Jeong who got substituted by Cho Kyu-Sung on the 69th minute, Jung Seung Hyun, Jung Woo-Young, Kim Moon-hwan, Kyung-Won Kwon, Na Sang-Ho who got substituted by Won-sang Eom on the 76th minute and Son Heung-Min who got substituted by Seung-beom Ko on the 90th minute as starters, with Cho Kyu-Sung, Yu-min Cho, Ui-jo Hwang, Jo Hyeon Woo, Jin Gyu Kim, Tae-hwan Kim, Seung-beom Ko, Kwon Chang-Hoon, Seung-Ho Paik, Park Min-Gyu, Bum-keun Song and Won-sang Eom on the bench.

Chile's starting eleven were Fernando De Paul, Tomas Alarcon who got substituted by Pablo Galdames on the 68th minute, Ben Brereton who got substituted by Ronnie Fernandez on the 84th minute, Paulo Diaz, Alex Ibacache, Benjamin Kuscevic, Gary Medel, Nayel Mehssatou, Jean Meneses who got substituted by Eugenio Mena on the 57th minute, Marcelino Nunez who got substituted by Joaquin Montecinos on the 69th minute and Diego Valencia who got substituted by Jeyson Rojas on the 85th minute, with Ronnie Fernandez, Pablo Galdames, Zacarias Orlando Lopez Gonzalez, Eugenio Mena, Victor Mendez, Joaquin Montecinos, Oscar Opazo, Dario Osorio, Sebastian Perez, Jeyson Rojas, Francisco Sierralta and Gonzalo Tapia on the bench.

Referee showed the yellow card 3 times throughout the game. Alex Ibacache, Paulo Diaz and Eugenio Mena were the ones to receive it.


Explore stats from Korea Republic vs Chile on ScoreBat - we are updating the numbers on this page every second of the game.


Korea Republic and Chile have met once since September 2018. That match ended in a draw. The most recent match between them took place on September 11, 2018 in a friendly which ended in a draw - 0-0. Korea Republic have scored 0 goals in these 1 head-to-head match in total and Chile have also scored 0. So, overall, Korea Republic and Chile have almost identical head-to-head record against each other in their recent history.

Recent Form

Korea Republic are on a losing streak - they have lost to Brazil and United Arab Emirates in their previous 2 matches while Chile are on a losing streak - they have lost to Uruguay and Brazil in their previous 2 matches. Overall, Korea Republic have won 14 of their last 20 matches, losing 4 and drawing 2, while Chile have won 7 of their last 20 matches, losing 9 and drawing 4.

Korea Republic have won 4 times (2-0 against Iran on 24th of March, 0-2 against Syria on 1st of February, 0-1 against Lebanon on 27th of January and 0-4 against Moldova on 21st of January) and lost twice (1-5 against Brazil on 2nd of June and 1-0 against United Arab Emirates on 29th of March) in their most recent 6 matches.

Chile have won twice (2-3 against Bolivia on 1st of February and 0-1 against El Salvador on 12th of December), lost 3 times (0-2 against Uruguay on 29th of March, 4-0 against Brazil on 24th of March and 1-2 against Argentina on 28th of January) and drew once (2-2 against Mexico on 9th of December) in their most recent 6 matches.

Team Streaks

  • Korea Republic haven't played a draw in their previous 9 matches.
  • Chile have gone 5 consecutive matches without a draw.

Video Highlights

We are adding goal videos and full video highlights of the match between Korea Republic and Chile in real time. You can watch the goals by Hee-Chan Hwang and Son Heung-Min as the videos of the goals are added usually minutes after the actual event if there are any official videos available. Full video highlights of Korea Republic - Chile are being added as they become available on the official social media channels of the league or the teams.

Live Commentary

  1. Full Time
    Match ends. Korea Republic 2, Chile 0.
  2. 90'
    Substitution for Korea Republic. Seung-beom Ko replaces Son Heung-Min
  3. 90'
    Eugenio Mena is shown the yellow card.
  4. 90 + 1'
    2 - 0
    Son Heung-Min scores for Korea Republic.
  5. 85'
    Substitution for Chile. Jeyson Rojas replaces Diego Valencia
  6. 85'
    Paulo Diaz is shown the yellow card.
  7. 84'
    Substitution for Chile. Ronnie Fernandez replaces Ben Brereton
  8. 76'
    Substitution for Korea Republic. Won-sang Eom replaces Na Sang-Ho
  9. 69'
    Substitution for Chile. Joaquin Montecinos replaces Marcelino Nunez
  10. 69'
    Substitution for Korea Republic. Cho Kyu-Sung replaces Woo-Yeong Jeong
  11. 68'
    Substitution for Chile. Pablo Galdames replaces Tomas Alarcon
  12. 57'
    Substitution for Chile. Eugenio Mena replaces Jean Meneses
  13. 52'
    Second Yellow
    Alex Ibacache is shown the second yellow.
  14. Kick-off
    Second half begins
  15. Half Time - 1 : 0
    First half ends.
  16. 29'
    Alex Ibacache is shown the yellow card.
  17. 12'
    1 - 0
    Hee-Chan Hwang scores for Korea Republic.
  18. Kick-off
    First half begins