Australia and South Korea meet for the second time in the 2015 Asian Cup, this time with the trophy at stake.
Two goals from two defenders saw Australia cruise through to the final of the Asian Cup.
South Korea secured a place in the Asian Cup final for the first time since 1988.
Iraq finally toppled Iran after 120 minutes of what may be the Asian Cup’s all-time greatest game.
Tim Cahill scored two spectacular goals to send Australia through to the Asian Cup semi-finals.
China have been a pleasant surprise of the 2015 Asian Cup, so how can Australia beat them?
South Korea’s third consecutive 1-0 win meant they finished top of Group A ahead of the host nation.
The Socceroos scored four goals for the second game running to ensure a comfortable progression to the quarter finals.
Japan barely got out of second gear in a routine win over vastly inferior opponents.
In a battle between two up and coming Gulf sides, UAE thoroughly dismantled Qatar with a resounding win.