Uzbekistan booked their place in the knock out stage of Asian Cup competition after overcoming their rival, Saudi Arabia.
Both teams were keen on grabbing maximum result as that will put them into the next round of the competition.
It was Uzbekistan though that made a brighter start as they found themselves ahead after just two minutes with an effort from Sardor Rashidov.
Saudi refused to give up easily as they pushed forward vigorously and eventually they got back on level terms through Mohammad Al Sahlawi.
Uzbek eventually regain the upper hand on that tie when Vokhid Shodiev's effort on 71 minutes.
Mirjalol Kosimov's men secured all three points from that men as they netted a third goal from Rashidov, who completed his brace on 79 minutes.