The Jakarta Post
Japan and North Korea have secured the final two remaining tickets in the quarterfinals of men's soccer after defeating Malaysia and Bangladesh, respectively, on Friday.
A successful penalty conversion from Ayase Ueda in the 90th minute sent Malaysia home and put Japan through to the quarterfinals to face Saudi Arabia, which defeated China 4-3 in its round of 16 match.
North Korea knocked out Bangladesh 3-1 and will face the United Arab Emirates, which defeated host Indonesia in a penalty shootout.
On the other side of the bracket, Uzbekistan faces South Korea while Syria will play Vietnam, the only Southeast Asian country left in the competition.
All four quarterfinals matches kick off on Monday at either Patriot Stadium in Bekasi or Wibawa Mukti Stadium in Cikarang, both in West Java.