Mainland soccer fans will be able to see live broadcasts of all 64 games of the World Cup - but they missed out on Thursday's China-South Korea grudge match. Fans were unable to find it on any of the dozens of national and cable TV channels. Central Chinese Television said its South Korean counterpart did not send a crew to the Seoul stadium. But another explanation may be that Beijing did not want to take any chances, win or lose, on June 4. A victory might have inspired students to mark the event in Tiananmen Square, where previous triumphs have been celebrated. The game finished 1-1.