Incheon: North Korea coach Yun Jong-Su attacked refereeing bias at the Asian Games football and warned that Thursday's gold medal showdown with South Korea must be "fairly" handled. (Complete coverage of Asian Games 2014)
Yun protested at decisions made during the North Korea's semi-final win over Iraq. "We hope the final is refereed fairly. If so, we will fight fairly and squarely," he said.
The North, bidding to win the gold medal for the first time since sharing it with the South in 1978, beat Iraq 1-0 in extra time to reach the final, but Yun was still seething about the officiating on Wednesday.