A spectacular late equaliser from midfielder Emily Van Egmond secured a 1-1 draw for the Australian women's football team against China as the Matildas ended their successful Rio Olympic Games campaign on the top of the standings.
Both teams wrapped up Asia's two qualification berths on Monday, but top spot in the competition was up grabs in Osaka on Wednesday.
China went a goal to the good on 16 minutes as Ma Xiaoxu directed a perfect header home amid wet and slippery conditions.
Australia made numerous changes from the side which defeated North Korea on Monday, and the Matildas turned in a relatively subdued performance by their recent high standards in their fifth outing in just ten days.
Matildas forward Caitlin Foord clipped the frame of the goal with a long-range effort early in the match, but goalscoring opportunities were generally infrequent at either end.
The match came alive in the dying minutes with Van Egmond hitting a spectacular 30-metre drive into the top corner to restore parity with just five minutes remaning.
WHAT. A. GOAL! Emily van Egmond with the long range stunner to equalise!Posted by The Women's Game on Wednesday, 9 March 2016
There was still time for Australia goalkeeper Mackenzie Arnold, deputising for Lydia Williams, to be forced into a superb point-blank save, while at the other end Lisa De Vanna failed to get her shot on target with only the keeper to beat in the final minute.