The result ended 2-1, giving Mexico two wins from two and putting them in the driving seat for top spot in Group F, and leaving South Korea without a win in two games and their World Cup hopes all but over. Lozano probed the South Korean defense and laid the ball off to Hernandez, who became the first Mexican worldwide to score 50 goals for his country.
South Korean forward Son Heung-min scored a scintillating consolation goal in injury time but it was too little too late for the East Asian nation, which now can not qualify for the first knockout stage of the tournament.
A second victory on Saturday gives it six points and a chance to win Group F on Wednesday when the team faces Sweden.
They took the lead in Rostov-on-Don through Carlos Vela's penalty - the 14th of the tournament already - on 26 minutes after Jang Hyun-soo's handball.
South Korea will be eliminated if Sweden wins or draws. Six of the penalties were awarded after video reviews.
Given the form the team has shown so far this year in Russian Federation, however, fans will no doubt be disappointed if Mexico doesn't at least make it through to an elusive fifth match for the first time since the World Cup was last held in Mexico in 1986.
Lozano fired high and wide of the South Korea crossbar early in the second period as Mexico continued to threaten, before Moon Seon-min had a strike blocked by Carlos Salcedo down the other end. Mexico relied on keeping possession and long-range shots, with a powerful attempt from Andreas Guardado forcing an athletic save from Jo in the second half.
This time, the roles were reversed as Hirving Lozano led the charge up the field before feeding a pass to Hernandez, who calmly skipped inside a defender before finishing into the back of the net.
After the match - as is usual - passionate soccer fans spilled into the streets all over the country to celebrate the victory, including Mexico City where the capital's annual gay pride march is also being held today.
Mexico entered the match having lost just two of their last 18 World Cup group-stage matches, but having failed to win back-to-back games in the finals of the competition since 2002.
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The Navigators then held on to their lead to take away all three points from the match. "We will try to come first in the group". Ronaldo scored in the fourth minute of the match to become the highest-scoring European player in global soccer history.
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It comes after a longboat carrying around 43 people sank off Makassar on Sulawesi island last week, leaving 13 people dead. It is one of the deepest lakes in the world and covers some 1,145 square kilometres (440 square miles).
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It made Suarez the first Uruguayan player to score in three different World Cups as he sealed legendary status for his country. The Sky Blue should have beaten Egypt by a wider margin than they did but Luis Suarez could not finish multiple chances.
In a retaliatory move, China responded with a 25% tariff on USA imports including Bourbon, which will come into play on 6 July. United States president Donald Trump threatens 20 per cent tariffs on European Union cars.
The Danes said before the game that they were keen on getting back to the free-flowing football that has characterised the team. Andrew Nabbout suffered a suspected dislocated shoulder in what is likely to be a heartbreaking end to his World Cup campaign.
Their best bet? A shot in the dark, but one that could make him take a quick glance back, already having a foot out of the door. Granted, if James re-signs, the Cavs - barring a near-miracle on draft night - won't be on the Golden State Warriors' level.
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They continued to press and while Guerrero's free-kick tested Lloris with three minutes left, Peru failed to find an equaliser. Mbappe , 19, became France's youngest scorer at a World Cup , prodding into an empty net on 34 minutes.
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