This video, posted two days ago, appears to be a North Korean news report claiming the country has made the World Cup final.
A whole load of news sites have reported that the video is an official North Korean state broadcast.
There have also been questions raised about the newscaster's dialect and the fact that the voiceover doesn't match her lips.
And as one poster on this thread points out: "The North Korean national team is fairly competitive in the AFC, particularly competitive against the South Korean and Japanese teams. As a result, the state media reports on their team a lot and the popularity of football is high among the population. They even recently built the Pyongyang International Football School...where they hope to attract internationals."
It's not the first time the media has been duped by a spoof news report about the country.
A story earlier this year that Kim Jong-un had fed his uncle to 120 wild dogs turned out to be false.