Edin Visca scored a hat trick to give Bosnia-Herzegovina a 3-1 win over South Korea on Friday.
Visca first scored in the 29th minute, shooting home from the right side of the penalty area. After South Korea midfielder Lee Jae-sung equalized, Visca was left alone on the edge of the area late in the first half and shot low past goalkeeper Kim Seung-gyu.
The Turkey-based midfielder volleyed in his third goal in the 80th.
South Korea played with a three-man backline that included captain Ki Sung-yueng, who was making his 100th appearance for his country.
At the World Cup, South Korea will play in Group F against Germany, Sweden and Mexico.
The team will leave on Sunday for an Austrian training camp and warm-up games against Bolivia and Senegal.