Uruguay beat Ghana but went out of the World Cup on goals scored as they finished third behind South Korea in Group H, despite Luiz Suarez’s heroics.
The Uruguay striker played a major role in both of Uruguay’s goals and was in tears after the final whistle.
Both goals were scored by Giorgio de Arrascaeta, the first a close-range header, the second a sublime volley.
In Group H’s other game, South Korea’s 2-1 victory over group winners Portugal was enough to take them through in second place.
Uruguay and South Korea both ended with a zero goal difference, but the side from Asia netted a total of four goals in their three games, with the South American team scoring just the two they managed against Ghana.