We're back up and running in the day's second Olympic men's football semifinal, where Brazil are leading South Korea 1-0. It hasn't really all gone Brazil's way, however, and they took a good twenty minutes or so to exert anything like control of the match. That didn't stop them scoring, of course -- they went ahead in the 38th minute via Romulo -- but Korea do have a chance if they can hit the favourites hard right from the outset.
They try to do just that as Ji Dong-Won volleys a free kick over Gabriel's volley over the crossbar, and they had a very reasonable chance to equalise when Kim Hyun-Sung burst into the box before being bundled over by Sandro. It was a clear penalty, but, bizarrely, match referee Pavel Kralovec simply waived off the protests. That's the second big decision that's gone against South Korea, which is not what they need as underdogs.