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Sunday, 9 June, 2002, 08:24 GMT 09:24 UK
Clockwatch: Costa Rica 1-1 Turkey

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Minute-by-minute action from the exciting Group C draw between Costa Rica and Turkey in Incheon.

1153 BST: Costa Rica earn a deserved draw with a late goal from substitute Winston Parks.
Full-time: Costa Rica 1-1 Turkey

90 mins (+1): Costa Rica goalscorer Winston Parks goes round Turkey keeper Rustu Recber but shoots into the side-netting.

88 mins: A scuffle involving players and backroom staff from both sides breaks out after Turkey's Emre Belozoglu shoves a member of the Costa Rica bench who had picked the ball up on the touchline. Belozoglu is booked.

87 mins: Unmarked Winston Parks sends a low right-wing cross high into the roof of the net from six yards to bring Costa Rica level.
Costa Rica 1-1 Turkey

85 mins: A shot by lively substitute Winston Parks is deflected out for a Costa Rica corner.

79 mins: Real Sociedad's Nihat replaces Bayer Leverkusen star Yildiray Basturk for Turkey.

77 mins: Costa Rica make a double-substitution, bringing on Udinese striker Winston Parks and midfielder Steven Bryce.

74 mins: Turkey bring off their star striker, Hakan Sukur, who has been disappointing for the second game in succession, and replace him with Ilhan Mansiz.

67 mins: Costa Rica bring on striker Hernan Medford for midfielder Walter Centeno as they search for an equaliser.

65 mins: Wilmer Lopez shoots from an acute angle and is denied by a combination of Turkey keeper Rustu Recber and the near post.

64 mins: Turkey striker Hakan Sukur is only inches away from meeting an in-swinging free-kick from Hasan Sas.

62 mins: A delightful Costa Rica move ends disappointingly, with Mauricio Solis hitting a first-time shot over the crossbar from 20 yards.

61 mins: The excellent Costa Rica midfielder Wilmer Lopez blazes high over the crossbar from the right corner of the area.

56 mins: Gilberto Martinez blocks Emre Belozoglu's initial shot but the ball rebounds and the Turkey midfielder slots wide of Erick Lonnis in the Costa Rica goal with his right foot.
Costa Rica 0-1 Turkey

53 mins: Costa Rica's Paulo Wanchope finds himself one-on-one with the Turkey keeper but is harshly ruled offside.

51 mins: Costa Rica striker Ronald Gomez sells a dummy to manufacture space for himself in the area before lashing a left-footed shot wide of the near post.

48 mins: Hakan Sukur bursts clear of the Costa Rica defence to latch on to a long ball but strikes his left-footed shot over the crossbar from 15 yards. Turkey have started the half very brightly.

47 mins: Parma striker Hakan Sukur goes desperately close with a glancing header from a corner for Turkey.

1104 BST: Turkey kick off the second half.

1048 BST: The sides are locked at 0-0 at the end of a lively but niggly half.
Half-time: Costa Rica 0-0 Turkey

45 mins (+1): Turkey keeper Rustu Recber is quick off his line to clear a poor back-pass from Ergun Penbe.

45 mins: Blackburn midfielder Tugay is booked for bringing down Mauricio Solis - the fourth yellow card of the half.

42 mins: Costa Rica's Carlos Castro is shown the yellow card for a horribly late tackle on Umit Davala.

35 mins: Turkey keeper Rustu Recber spills the ball on the edge of the area and has to kick the ball away from Paulo Wanchope. Recber is injured in the process and has to receive treatment.

33 mins: Walter Centeno bursts into the Turkey box and has a clear sight of goal, but blazes his right-foot shot over the crossbar.

32 mins: Turkey's Emre Asik claims he is hauled down in the area as a corner comes in, but the referee waves play on.

25 mins: Yildiray Basturk plays an excellent pass to Hasan Sas, who moves into the area and shapes to shoot, but Gilberto Martinez makes an excellent block for Costa Rica. Turkey are starting to control the game.

23 mins: Costa Rica defender Gilberto Martinez is booked for bringing down Hasan Sas from behind. Costa Rica are angering the Turkey players with some crude challenges.

19 mins: Turkey defender Emre Asik is booked for body-checking Paulo Wanchope as he broke from the Costa Rica half.

14 mins: Costa Rica's goalkeeper, and captain, Erick Lonnis shows excellent anticipation to claim a cross ahead of Turkey striker Hakan Sukur.

12 mins: Turkey's Umit Ozat hits a 25-yard free-kick fractionally wide of the post.

9 mins: Manchester City striker Paulo Wanchope strikes a right-footed half-volley narrowly over the Turkey crossbar from the corner of the area.

6 mins: Costa Rica striker Ronald Gomez, who scored against China, threatens to wriggle through in the area, but Turkey goalkeeper Rustu Recber manages to gather.

1000 BST: Costa Rica kick off against Turkey, who must avoid defeat to keep their World Cup hopes alive.


Costa Rica: Erick Lonnis (capt), Luis Marin, Mauricio Wright, Gilberto Martinez, Harold Wallace, Carlos Castro, Wilmer Lopez, Mauricio Solis, Walter Centeno, Ronald Gomez, Paulo Wanchope.

Turkey: Rustu Recber, Emre Asik, Fatih Akyel, Umit Ozat, Tugay Kerimoglu, Yildiray Basturk, Ergun Penbe, Emre Belozoglu, Umit Davala, Hakan Sukur (capt), Hasan Sas.

Referee: Coffi Codjia (Ben).

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BRAZIL 3 +8 9
TURKEY 3 +2 4
CHINA 3 -9 0

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