South Korea’s 2-0 win against Syria has enabled the Asian country to qualify for the World Cup in Qatar.

The feat for South Korea makes it the 10th successive World Cup qualification.

In Asia, they are second in group A with Iran, who have already claimed a spot in the finals.

The case of Australia is a bit different as they drew 2-2 with Oman and sit third in Group B, with only the top two qualifying automatically.

They are four points behind leaders Saudi Arabia and three adrift of Japan but have games against both to come.

In their latest match, Japan beat Saudi Arabia 2-0, with Liverpool forward Takumi Minamino securing one of their goals.

The two third-placed sides in each group of Asia qualifying will meet to decide who enters an intercontinental play-off against the fifth-placed side in South America.

Leaders Brazil and Argentina have already made sure of being in the Middle East in December, as the top four in the South America qualifying group secure a place at the World Cup.