The Netherlands have advanced to the semi-finals of the field hockey World Cup despite losing to South Korea 2-1 on Tuesday.
The Netherlands had a better goal difference than South Korea, which will miss its first semi-finals in three World Cups.
The Dutch will play Pool B winner Australia on Thursday, while Pool A winner Germany will meet England in the other semi.
The Koreans face Spain in a playoff for fifth.
Ronald Brouwer opened the scoring for The Netherlands in the first minute. South Korea hit back through Nam Hyun-woo’s penalty corner in the 32nd, and won on a field goal by Seo Jong-ho in the 45th.