The King's Cup is a weird friendly tournament among a bunch of random teams that takes place annually—except for the years when it does not take place at all—in Thailand. Uzbekistan and South Korea's under-22 teams met on the first day of this year's competition, and the game ended in a 1-0 win for South Korea. But…
So here's the situation: Uzbekistan, Jordan, Lebanon and Kuwait are grouped in the Women's Asian Cup qualifiers. Only one team goes through to the tournament. Uzbekistan and Jordan are kind of good. Lebanon sucks. Kuwait is the worst, and it's not close.
Quarterfinals of the Asian Games, stoppage time, and Qatar's Fahad Khalfan has naught but 24 feet of twine between him and victory. Doink. Uzbekistan would win in extra time.