All the action from Senegal's pulsating draw with Uruguay, that sees the African nation make it to the World Cup second round along with Denmark.
90 mins: (+ 4 mins): Senegal players celebrate on the pitch as they make it through to the World Cup second round in their first appearance at the tournament.
Full time: Senegal 3-3 Uruguay
90 mins (+ 1 mins): Richard Morales misses a free header and a glorious chance to give Uruguay victory following a desperate goal-line clearance by Senegal.
90 mins: Alvaro Recoba fires his free-kick into the wall.
88 mins: Richard Morales wins a penalty after going down under a challenge from Habib Beye, who gets a yellow card. The record for the most cards shown during a World Cup match has been broken. Alvaro Recoba scores from the penalty spot.
Senegal 3-3 Uruguay
86 mins Khalilou Fadiga is booked as referee Jan Wegereef equals the record. Khalilou Fadiga will miss the next game if Senegal go through.
85 mins: Tony Sylva enjoys a few scary moments in the Senegal area with Uruguay launching wave after wave of attacks.
81 mins: Paolo Montero is booked for pulling back El Hadji Diouf, who is then also shown the yellow card for his reaction. Referee Jan Wegereef is just one caution away from equalling the most ever number of cards shown in a World Cup match which currently stands at 10.
77 mins: Diego Forlan is equally profligate at the other end, as he too wastes an excellent chance to level the scores for Uruguay.
76 mins: El Hadji Diouf misses a great chance to seal the points for Senegal after being put through by Tony Sylva with only Fabian Carini to beat in the Uruguay goal.
71 mins: Alvaro Recoba strikes a free-kick agonisingly wide as Senegal come under intense pressure from the fired-up Uruguayans.
69 mins: Diego Forlan scores a superb volley to set up a tense finale as news also filters through that Denmark are leading France 2-0.
Senegal 3-2 Uruguay
67 mins: Moussa N'diaye comes on for Henri Camara.
64 mins: The Senegalese defence is in disarray but Uruguay cannot find a way through.
62 mins: Ferdinand Coly, booked early in the first half, is replaced by Habib Beye.
60 mins: Alvaro Recoba releases Dario Silva with a superb crossfield pass, but the bleached-hair striker squanders his fourth good chance of the game, missing the target by yards.
54 mins: Uruguay pile on the pressure and look to profit from some suspect Senegal defending.
52 mins: Khalilou Fadiga delivers the perfect corner for El Hadji Diouf, but the unmarked Liverpool-bound striker heads well wide of the target.
46 mins: Uruguay substitute Richard Morales immediately reduces the deficit, tapping in from close range after Tony Sylva spills Dario Silva's initial shot.
Senegal 3-1 Uruguay
0833 BST: The games restarts and Uruguay introduce strikers Richard Morales and Diego Forlan.
0818 BST: The end of the first half is marred by unfriendly exchanges between the Uruguay bench and the Senegal team following show-boating by Khalilou Fadiga on the halfway line.Half time: Senegal 3-0 Uruguay
44 mins: Fabian Carini finally has a decision go his way after being fouled in his area and is awarded a free-kick.
41 mins: A miss by Sebastian Abreu in the Senegal area sums up Uruguay's miserable first half.
40 mins: Uruguay's Dario Rodriguez becomes the seventh player to be booked by an over officious referee.
38 mins: Pape Bouba
Diop scores his second of the game from an offside position which the assistant referee fails to spot. The finish is superb but Uruguay can feel hard done by yet again.
Senegal 3-0 Uruguay
36 mins: Pablo Garcia is booked for a foul on goalscorer Pape Bouba Diop.
32 mins: Uruguay bring on striker Mario Regueiro for defender Gonzalo Sorondo in an attempt to get back in the game.
26 mins: A sweeping move sees Henri Camara lay the ball off to Pape Bouba
Diop who fires an excellent shot past Fabian Carini to extend Senegal's lead.
Senegal 2-0 Uruguay
24 mins: Dario Silva's shot is well blocked in the Senegal area after a goalmouth scramble.
21 mins: Alvaro Recoba strikes a fierce free-kick which Tony Sylva saves well down to his left.
19 mins: An error by Paolo Montero puts El Hadji Diouf clean through on goal. The Senegal striker falls after seemingly being brought down by Fabian Carini - although television replays show no contact was made - and the Africans are awarded a penalty. Khalilou Fadiga converts the spot-kick and Carini is booked.
Senegal 1-0 Uruguay
18 mins: A deft flick-on by Sebastian Abreu puts Dario Silva on his way but Tony Sylva smothers the ball.
15 mins: Senegal set off on a characteristic counter-attack but it comes to nothing. El Hadji Diouf takes too long to dispatch his shot on the edge of the Paraguay area.
14 mins: Uruguay win the first corner of the match after good work by Pablo Garcia.
11 mins: African drums beat but Senegal fail to establish any early rhythm as Uruguay enjoy more possession.
8 mins: Marcelo Romero becomes the third player to be shown a yellow card for a foul on Khalilou Fadiga.
6 mins: Dario Sliva finds himself unmarked in the Senegal area but blazes his shot over the crossbar from a tight angle.
5 mins: Alejandro Lembo launches a long ball into the Senegal area and goalkeeper Tony Sylva heads clear.
4 mins: Omar Daf cautioned for a reckless challenge on Gustavo Varela as the game gets off to a tetchy start.
2 mins: Henri Camara booked for a foul on Dario Silva.
0730 BST: Referee Jan Wegereef gets the game under way in the blazing afternoon sunshine.
0729 BST: The Senegal team huddle together before kick-off, knowing that just one point from the game will see them make the second round.
Senegal: Tony Sylva, Ferdinand Coly, Pape Malik Diop, Lamine Diatta, Omar Daf, Alassane Ndour, Aliou Cisse (capt), Pape Bouba Diop, Khalilou Fadiga, Henri Camara, El Hadji Diouf.
Uruguay: Fabian Carini, Alejandro Lembo, Gonzalo Sorondo, Paolo Montero (capt), Marcelo Romero, Pablo Garcia, Gustavo Varela, Dario Rodriguez, Alvaro Recoba, Dario Silva, Sebastian Abreu.
Referee: Jan Wegereef (Ned).