South Korea defeated China at the Asian Football Confederation Asian Cup in the United Arab Emirates to top Group C with three wins in three.
The Koreans were boosted by the addition of Tottenham Hotspur's Son Heung-min to the team, with the striker captaining the side which beat China 2-0 at the Al Nahyan Stadium in Abu Dhabi.
Hwang Ui-jo and Kim Min-Jae provided the goals which confirmed South Korea's place at the top of the pile with a 100 per cent record.
Their round-of-16 clash will now be against one of the best third-placed finishers from either Group A, B or F in Dubai next Tuesday (January 22).
Despite losing, China qualified for the knock-out stages in second place and will now play Group A runners-up, Thailand, in Al Ain on Sunday (January 20).
Iran finished top of Group D following a goalless draw against Iraq at the Al Maktoum Stadium in Dubai.
Iran will play their round-of-16 fixture against the third place side from either Group B, E or F in Abu Dhabi on Sunday, with runners-up Iraq playing Saudi Arabia or Qatar, depending on which team wins Group E.
Kyrgyzstan got their first ever AFC Asian Cup victory in a 3-1 win over The Philippines at the Rashid Stadium in Dubai, which was another to take them through.
Vitalij Lux grabbed a hat-trick, with Stephan Shröck scoring the first Asian Cup goal for winless Philippines as consolation.
Kyrgyzstan have advanced to the next round as one of the best third place finishers and will meet hosts United Arab Emirates.
Vietnam must wait for tomorrow's results to see if they will also progress in the same fashion, after their 2-0 victory over Yemen at the Hazza Bin Zayed Stadium in Al Ain.
Their goals came from a free-kick by Nguyen Quang Hai and a penalty from captain Que Ngoc Hai.
Tomorrow will see Oman play Turkmenistan and Japan meet Uzbekistan in Group F, while Saudi Arabia come up against Qatar and Lebanon face North Korea in Group E.