Same here, that's why I said in an earlier post that Japan is lucky avoiding both of them until the final (providing they reach the final). Uzbekistan is more consistent throughout the tournament, unlike the Koreans. The Uzbeks already defeated us twice last year: 1- First by PKs in the final of a friendly tournament played in SE Asia (we were both playing under the same age group, and it was Moriyasu's first matches with this age group). 2- The second time was in the AFC U-23 championship QF, when they defeated us 0-4 (Japan played with their U-20), then they defeated the South Koreans by penalties in the semifinals before defeating Vietnam in the final. So I wish we meet the Uzbeks to know how much Japan progressed since last year and if Moriyasu and his players learned from their mistakes or not. On the other hand, it will be special facing off against the Koreans in the final, and -hopefully- leapfrogging them and win the gold medal.