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.
Cho Young-cheol's simple tap-in proved enough to edge South Korea past Oman.
Australia recovered from conceding early on to storm past Kuwait in the opening game of the 2015 Asian Cup.