KHALED DESOUKI/AFP/Getty Images
12hJohn Duerden

Wu can learn from Son's Korean masterclass

Son Heung-min may be Asia's most recognisable star, but Wu Lei - absent from Wednesday's loss - has the potential to be just as effective for China.

Etsuo Hara/Getty Images
15hAAP

Japan unfazed by potential Socceroos clash

Japan are out to win their group in the Asian Cup, but not due to any fear of meeting defending champions Australia in the knockout stage.

South Korea 2-0 China: Son assists in debut (1:30)
Matthew Ashton - AMA/Getty Images
3dESPN Staff

Constantine steps down as India coach

After India's defeat to Bahrain in the AFC Asian Cup consigned them to a group-stage exit, Stephen Constantine has stepped down as India coach

Matthew Ashton - AMA/Getty Images
3dESPN Staff

Late Bahrain penalty knocks India out

Bahrain beat India 1-0 with a late penalty and went through as India were knocked out after finishing fourth in the group.

Meulensteen: Socceroos can cope without Sainsbury (0:17)
Francois Nel/Getty Images
4dAAP

Ikonomidis enjoying the Asian Cup spotlight

For a long time Chris Ikonomidis has been a highly rated prospect in Australian football -- now the 23-year-old is delivering on that potential.

Etsuo Hara/Getty Images
4dJohn Duerden

Can Eriksson's Azkals make Asian Cup history?

Despite two losses, the Asian Cup is not over for the Philippines. Wednesday's match has the potential to be a watershed moment in Akzal history.

Etsuo Hara/Getty Images
4dDebayan Sen in Abu Dhabi

Eriksson: Football needs India, China and USA

Sven-Göran Eriksson speaks exclusively to ESPN about the Asian Cup, describing India's win over Thailand the tournament's "biggest surprise."