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The odds don't appear to be in Australia's favour but Italy have been handed a strange lifeline
Socceroos rated less of a chance than Italy to win 2018 World Cup
The odds don't appear to be in Australia's favour but Italy have been handed a strange lifeline
The odds don't appear to be in Australia's favour but Italy have been handed a strange lifeline
Socceroos rated less of a chance than Italy to win 2018 World Cup
The odds don't appear to be in Australia's favour but Italy have been handed a strange lifeline
The odds don't appear to be in Australia's favour but Italy have been handed a strange lifeline
Socceroos rated less of a chance than Italy to win 2018 World Cup
The odds don't appear to be in Australia's favour but Italy have been handed a strange lifeline
The odds don't appear to be in Australia's favour but Italy have been handed a strange lifeline
Socceroos rated less of a chance than Italy to win 2018 World Cup
The odds don't appear to be in Australia's favour but Italy have been handed a strange lifeline
The odds don't appear to be in Australia's favour but Italy have been handed a strange lifeline
Socceroos rated less of a chance than Italy to win 2018 World Cup
The odds don't appear to be in Australia's favour but Italy have been handed a strange lifeline
Soccer Football - 2018 World Cup Qualifications - Asia - Syria vs Australia - Olympic Stadium, Sydney, Australia - October 10, 2017 - Australia's Tim Cahill celebrates after scoring the winning goal. REUTERS/Steve Christo
Soccer Football - 2018 World Cup Qualifications - Asia - Syria vs Australia
Soccer Football - 2018 World Cup Qualifications - Asia - Syria vs Australia - Olympic Stadium, Sydney, Australia - October 10, 2017 - Australia's Tim Cahill celebrates after scoring the winning goal. REUTERS/Steve Christo
It's not quite the group of death but the green and gold will face an array of talent in Russia
Socceroos' World Cup opponents: The stars and young guns Australia will face in Russia
It's not quite the group of death but the green and gold will face an array of talent in Russia
It's not quite the group of death but the green and gold will face an array of talent in Russia
Socceroos' World Cup opponents: The stars and young guns Australia will face in Russia
It's not quite the group of death but the green and gold will face an array of talent in Russia
It's not quite the group of death but the green and gold will face an array of talent in Russia
Socceroos' World Cup opponents: The stars and young guns Australia will face in Russia
It's not quite the group of death but the green and gold will face an array of talent in Russia
It's not quite the group of death but the green and gold will face an array of talent in Russia
Socceroos' World Cup opponents: The stars and young guns Australia will face in Russia
It's not quite the group of death but the green and gold will face an array of talent in Russia
It's not quite the group of death but the green and gold will face an array of talent in Russia
Socceroos' World Cup opponents: The stars and young guns Australia will face in Russia
It's not quite the group of death but the green and gold will face an array of talent in Russia
It's not quite the group of death but the green and gold will face an array of talent in Russia
Socceroos' World Cup opponents: The stars and young guns Australia will face in Russia
It's not quite the group of death but the green and gold will face an array of talent in Russia
It's not quite the group of death but the green and gold will face an array of talent in Russia
Socceroos' World Cup opponents: The stars and young guns Australia will face in Russia
It's not quite the group of death but the green and gold will face an array of talent in Russia
It's not quite the group of death but the green and gold will face an array of talent in Russia
Socceroos' World Cup opponents: The stars and young guns Australia will face in Russia
It's not quite the group of death but the green and gold will face an array of talent in Russia
It's not quite the group of death but the green and gold will face an array of talent in Russia
Socceroos' World Cup opponents: The stars and young guns Australia will face in Russia
It's not quite the group of death but the green and gold will face an array of talent in Russia
It's not quite the group of death but the green and gold will face an array of talent in Russia
Socceroos' World Cup opponents: The stars and young guns Australia will face in Russia
It's not quite the group of death but the green and gold will face an array of talent in Russia
It's not quite the group of death but the green and gold will face an array of talent in Russia
Socceroos' World Cup opponents: The stars and young guns Australia will face in Russia
It's not quite the group of death but the green and gold will face an array of talent in Russia
It's not quite the group of death but the green and gold will face an array of talent in Russia
Socceroos' World Cup opponents: The stars and young guns Australia will face in Russia
It's not quite the group of death but the green and gold will face an array of talent in Russia
It's not quite the group of death but the green and gold will face an array of talent in Russia
Socceroos' World Cup opponents: The stars and young guns Australia will face in Russia
It's not quite the group of death but the green and gold will face an array of talent in Russia
It's not quite the group of death but the green and gold will face an array of talent in Russia
Socceroos' World Cup opponents: The stars and young guns Australia will face in Russia
It's not quite the group of death but the green and gold will face an array of talent in Russia
It's not quite the group of death but the green and gold will face an array of talent in Russia
Socceroos' World Cup opponents: The stars and young guns Australia will face in Russia
It's not quite the group of death but the green and gold will face an array of talent in Russia
It's not quite the group of death but the green and gold will face an array of talent in Russia
Socceroos' World Cup opponents: The stars and young guns Australia will face in Russia
It's not quite the group of death but the green and gold will face an array of talent in Russia
It's not quite the group of death but the green and gold will face an array of talent in Russia
Socceroos' World Cup opponents: The stars and young guns Australia will face in Russia
It's not quite the group of death but the green and gold will face an array of talent in Russia
The young gun is a weapon Australia can't afford to leave behind
Five reasons Daniel Arzani needs to be picked in the Socceroos' World Cup squad
The young gun is a weapon Australia can't afford to leave behind
The young gun is a weapon Australia can't afford to leave behind
Five reasons Daniel Arzani needs to be picked in the Socceroos' World Cup squad
The young gun is a weapon Australia can't afford to leave behind
The young gun is a weapon Australia can't afford to leave behind
Five reasons Daniel Arzani needs to be picked in the Socceroos' World Cup squad
The young gun is a weapon Australia can't afford to leave behind
The young gun is a weapon Australia can't afford to leave behind
Five reasons Daniel Arzani needs to be picked in the Socceroos' World Cup squad
The young gun is a weapon Australia can't afford to leave behind
The young gun is a weapon Australia can't afford to leave behind
Five reasons Daniel Arzani needs to be picked in the Socceroos' World Cup squad
The young gun is a weapon Australia can't afford to leave behind
The young gun is a weapon Australia can't afford to leave behind
Five reasons Daniel Arzani needs to be picked in the Socceroos' World Cup squad
The young gun is a weapon Australia can't afford to leave behind
The young gun is a weapon Australia can't afford to leave behind
Five reasons Daniel Arzani needs to be picked in the Socceroos' World Cup squad
The young gun is a weapon Australia can't afford to leave behind
The young gun is a weapon Australia can't afford to leave behind
Five reasons Daniel Arzani needs to be picked in the Socceroos' World Cup squad
The young gun is a weapon Australia can't afford to leave behind
The young gun is a weapon Australia can't afford to leave behind
Five reasons Daniel Arzani needs to be picked in the Socceroos' World Cup squad
The young gun is a weapon Australia can't afford to leave behind
The young gun is a weapon Australia can't afford to leave behind
Five reasons Daniel Arzani needs to be picked in the Socceroos' World Cup squad
The young gun is a weapon Australia can't afford to leave behind
The defender has strong ties with Croatia but is on the verge of representing Australia on the biggest stage
How Fran Karacic ended up playing for the Socceroos
The defender has strong ties with Croatia but is on the verge of representing Australia on the biggest stage
The defender has strong ties with Croatia but is on the verge of representing Australia on the biggest stage
How Fran Karacic ended up playing for the Socceroos
The defender has strong ties with Croatia but is on the verge of representing Australia on the biggest stage
The defender has strong ties with Croatia but is on the verge of representing Australia on the biggest stage
How Fran Karacic ended up playing for the Socceroos
The defender has strong ties with Croatia but is on the verge of representing Australia on the biggest stage
FILE - In this June 25 2017 file photo, Australia's Massimo Luongo, centre, looks up at the end of the Confederations Cup, Group B soccer match between Chile and Australia, at the Spartak Stadium in Moscow. The soccer teams at upcoming World Cup have 23 potential players in the squad, but some players never make it off the bench, they are the unused spares who still need to be motivated for the good of the team. (AP Photo/Ivan Sekretarev, File)
Vital for World Cup teams: Silencing the non-playing blues
FILE - In this June 25 2017 file photo, Australia's Massimo Luongo, centre, looks up at the end of the Confederations Cup, Group B soccer match between Chile and Australia, at the Spartak Stadium in Moscow. The soccer teams at upcoming World Cup have 23 potential players in the squad, but some players never make it off the bench, they are the unused spares who still need to be motivated for the good of the team. (AP Photo/Ivan Sekretarev, File)
FILE - In this April 23 2016 file photo, Real Salt Lake goalkeeper Nick Rimando, right, tries to save goal by Los Angeles Galaxy midfielder Steven Gerrard in Carson, Calif.. Australia's Luongo was one of four outfield players unused by coach Ange Postecoglou in the Socceroos squad that went out in the group stage of the 2014 World Cup. The soccer teams at upcoming World Cup have 23 potential players in the squad, but some players never make it off the bench, they are the unused spares who still need to be motivated for the good of the team. (AP Photo/Ringo H.W. Chiu, File)
Vital for World Cup teams: Silencing the non-playing blues
FILE - In this April 23 2016 file photo, Real Salt Lake goalkeeper Nick Rimando, right, tries to save goal by Los Angeles Galaxy midfielder Steven Gerrard in Carson, Calif.. Australia's Luongo was one of four outfield players unused by coach Ange Postecoglou in the Socceroos squad that went out in the group stage of the 2014 World Cup. The soccer teams at upcoming World Cup have 23 potential players in the squad, but some players never make it off the bench, they are the unused spares who still need to be motivated for the good of the team. (AP Photo/Ringo H.W. Chiu, File)
Australia's Socceroos key sponsor Caltex displays veteran Tim Cahill's picture as new advertising campaign at the company's petrol station in Sydney on May 15, 2018. Australian football chiefs were forced to deny that veteran Tim Cahill was in the country's World Cup squad for commerical reasons after in-form Hibernian striker Jamie Maclaren was axed
Australia's Socceroos key sponsor Caltex displays veteran Tim Cahill's picture as new advertising campaign at the company's petrol station in Sydney on May 15, 2018. Australian football chiefs were forced to deny that veteran Tim Cahill was in the country's World Cup squad for commerical reasons after in-form Hibernian striker Jamie Maclaren was axed
Australia's Socceroos key sponsor Caltex displays veteran Tim Cahill's picture as new advertising campaign at the company's petrol station in Sydney on May 15, 2018. Australian football chiefs were forced to deny that veteran Tim Cahill was in the country's World Cup squad for commerical reasons after in-form Hibernian striker Jamie Maclaren was axed
Australia's Socceroos key sponsor Caltex displays veteran Tim Cahill's picture as new advertising campaign at the company's petrol station in Sydney on May 15, 2018. Australian football chiefs were forced to deny that veteran Tim Cahill was in the country's World Cup squad for commerical reasons after in-form Hibernian striker Jamie Maclaren was axed. (AFP Photo/Saeed KHAN)
Australia's Socceroos key sponsor Caltex displays veteran Tim Cahill's picture as new advertising campaign at the company's petrol station in Sydney on May 15, 2018. Australian football chiefs were forced to deny that veteran Tim Cahill was in the country's World Cup squad for commerical reasons after in-form Hibernian striker Jamie Maclaren was axed
Australia's Socceroos key sponsor Caltex displays veteran Tim Cahill's picture as new advertising campaign at the company's petrol station in Sydney on May 15, 2018. Australian football chiefs were forced to deny that veteran Tim Cahill was in the country's World Cup squad for commerical reasons after in-form Hibernian striker Jamie Maclaren was axed. (AFP Photo/Saeed KHAN)
The defender has strong ties with Croatia but is on the verge of representing Australia on the biggest stage
How Fran Karacic ended up playing for the Socceroos
The defender has strong ties with Croatia but is on the verge of representing Australia on the biggest stage
FILE - In this June 25 2017 file photo, Australia's Massimo Luongo, centre, looks up at the end of the Confederations Cup, Group B soccer match between Chile and Australia, at the Spartak Stadium in Moscow. The soccer teams at upcoming World Cup have 23 potential players in the squad, but some players never make it off the bench, they are the unused spares who still need to be motivated for the good of the team. (AP Photo/Ivan Sekretarev, File)
Vital for World Cup teams: Silencing the non-playing blues
FILE - In this June 25 2017 file photo, Australia's Massimo Luongo, centre, looks up at the end of the Confederations Cup, Group B soccer match between Chile and Australia, at the Spartak Stadium in Moscow. The soccer teams at upcoming World Cup have 23 potential players in the squad, but some players never make it off the bench, they are the unused spares who still need to be motivated for the good of the team. (AP Photo/Ivan Sekretarev, File)
FILE - In this April 23 2016 file photo, Real Salt Lake goalkeeper Nick Rimando, right, tries to save goal by Los Angeles Galaxy midfielder Steven Gerrard in Carson, Calif.. Australia's Luongo was one of four outfield players unused by coach Ange Postecoglou in the Socceroos squad that went out in the group stage of the 2014 World Cup. The soccer teams at upcoming World Cup have 23 potential players in the squad, but some players never make it off the bench, they are the unused spares who still need to be motivated for the good of the team. (AP Photo/Ringo H.W. Chiu, File)
Vital for World Cup teams: Silencing the non-playing blues
FILE - In this April 23 2016 file photo, Real Salt Lake goalkeeper Nick Rimando, right, tries to save goal by Los Angeles Galaxy midfielder Steven Gerrard in Carson, Calif.. Australia's Luongo was one of four outfield players unused by coach Ange Postecoglou in the Socceroos squad that went out in the group stage of the 2014 World Cup. The soccer teams at upcoming World Cup have 23 potential players in the squad, but some players never make it off the bench, they are the unused spares who still need to be motivated for the good of the team. (AP Photo/Ringo H.W. Chiu, File)
Australia's Socceroos key sponsor Caltex displays veteran Tim Cahill's picture as new advertising campaign at the company's petrol station in Sydney on May 15, 2018. Australian football chiefs were forced to deny that veteran Tim Cahill was in the country's World Cup squad for commerical reasons after in-form Hibernian striker Jamie Maclaren was axed
Australia's Socceroos key sponsor Caltex displays veteran Tim Cahill's picture as new advertising campaign at the company's petrol station in Sydney on May 15, 2018. Australian football chiefs were forced to deny that veteran Tim Cahill was in the country's World Cup squad for commerical reasons after in-form Hibernian striker Jamie Maclaren was axed
Australia's Socceroos key sponsor Caltex displays veteran Tim Cahill's picture as new advertising campaign at the company's petrol station in Sydney on May 15, 2018. Australian football chiefs were forced to deny that veteran Tim Cahill was in the country's World Cup squad for commerical reasons after in-form Hibernian striker Jamie Maclaren was axed
Australia's Socceroos key sponsor Caltex displays veteran Tim Cahill's picture as new advertising campaign at the company's petrol station in Sydney on May 15, 2018. Australian football chiefs were forced to deny that veteran Tim Cahill was in the country's World Cup squad for commerical reasons after in-form Hibernian striker Jamie Maclaren was axed. (AFP Photo/Saeed KHAN)
Australia's Socceroos key sponsor Caltex displays veteran Tim Cahill's picture as new advertising campaign at the company's petrol station in Sydney on May 15, 2018. Australian football chiefs were forced to deny that veteran Tim Cahill was in the country's World Cup squad for commerical reasons after in-form Hibernian striker Jamie Maclaren was axed
Australia's Socceroos key sponsor Caltex displays veteran Tim Cahill's picture as new advertising campaign at the company's petrol station in Sydney on May 15, 2018. Australian football chiefs were forced to deny that veteran Tim Cahill was in the country's World Cup squad for commerical reasons after in-form Hibernian striker Jamie Maclaren was axed. (AFP Photo/Saeed KHAN)
Former Melbourne City goalkeeper Thomas Sorensen feels Daniel Arzani should make Australia's World Cup squad
'Unique' Daniel Arzani deserves Socceroos World Cup spot, says Denmark legend Thomas Sorensen
Former Melbourne City goalkeeper Thomas Sorensen feels Daniel Arzani should make Australia's World Cup squad
FILE - In this March 27, 2018, file photo, Australia's Tim Cahill plays during a friendly soccer match between Colombia and Australia in London. Tim Cahill has been included in Australia's provisional squad for this year's World Cup in Russia, boosting his prospects of being selected for a fourth World Cup. (AP Photo/Tim Ireland, File)
Van Marwijk cuts another 6 from Australia's World Cup squad
FILE - In this March 27, 2018, file photo, Australia's Tim Cahill plays during a friendly soccer match between Colombia and Australia in London. Tim Cahill has been included in Australia's provisional squad for this year's World Cup in Russia, boosting his prospects of being selected for a fourth World Cup. (AP Photo/Tim Ireland, File)
Australia head coach Bert van Marwijk (C, with Josh Risdon and Josh Brillante) has dropped Jamie Maclaren from the World Cup squad
Australia head coach Bert van Marwijk (C, with Josh Risdon and Josh Brillante) has dropped Jamie Maclaren from the World Cup squad
Australia head coach Bert van Marwijk (C, with Josh Risdon and Josh Brillante) has dropped Jamie Maclaren from the World Cup squad
Australia head coach Bert van Marwijk (C, with Josh Risdon and Josh Brillante) has dropped Jamie Maclaren from the World Cup squad (AFP Photo/Saeed KHAN)
Australia head coach Bert van Marwijk (C, with Josh Risdon and Josh Brillante) has dropped Jamie Maclaren from the World Cup squad
Australia head coach Bert van Marwijk (C, with Josh Risdon and Josh Brillante) has dropped Jamie Maclaren from the World Cup squad (AFP Photo/Saeed KHAN)
An ex-Liverpool star knows all about leaving the Premier League, having spent time in Australia, and has told a fellow frontman to expect a tough test
Rooney warned MLS no easy ride as Fowler expresses sympathy with Everton's 'innocent victim'
An ex-Liverpool star knows all about leaving the Premier League, having spent time in Australia, and has told a fellow frontman to expect a tough test
An ex-Liverpool star knows all about leaving the Premier League, having spent time in Australia, and has told a fellow frontman to expect a tough test
Rooney warned MLS no easy ride as Fowler expresses sympathy with Everton's 'innocent victim'
An ex-Liverpool star knows all about leaving the Premier League, having spent time in Australia, and has told a fellow frontman to expect a tough test
An ex-Liverpool star knows all about leaving the Premier League, having spent time in Australia, and has told a fellow frontman to expect a tough test
Rooney warned MLS no easy ride as Fowler expresses sympathy with Everton's 'innocent victim'
An ex-Liverpool star knows all about leaving the Premier League, having spent time in Australia, and has told a fellow frontman to expect a tough test
Football Federation Australia (FFA) chief executive David Gallop has confirmed that A-League clubs have expressed interest in the World Cup winner
Barcelona legend Iniesta attracts Australian interest amid China uncertainty
Football Federation Australia (FFA) chief executive David Gallop has confirmed that A-League clubs have expressed interest in the World Cup winner
Reports have linked the legendary midfielder to clubs across the world, but he is happy to keep his options open
'All possibilities are open' – Iniesta responds to China, Japan and Australia links
Reports have linked the legendary midfielder to clubs across the world, but he is happy to keep his options open
Australia's national soccer team head coach Bert van Marwijk speaks in Sydney, Monday, May 7, 2018. Van Marwijk has named 32 players as part of his preliminary squad for the 2018 World Cup in Russia. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)
World Cup: Cahill makes Australia's provisional squad
Australia's national soccer team head coach Bert van Marwijk speaks in Sydney, Monday, May 7, 2018. Van Marwijk has named 32 players as part of his preliminary squad for the 2018 World Cup in Russia. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)
Australia's national soccer team head coach Bert van Marwijk, center, poses for a photo with players Joshua Brillante, right, and Josh Risdon in Sydney, Monday, May 7, 2018. Van Marwijk has named 32 players as part of his preliminary squad for the 2018 World Cup in Russia. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)
World Cup: Cahill makes Australia's provisional squad
Australia's national soccer team head coach Bert van Marwijk, center, poses for a photo with players Joshua Brillante, right, and Josh Risdon in Sydney, Monday, May 7, 2018. Van Marwijk has named 32 players as part of his preliminary squad for the 2018 World Cup in Russia. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)
Australia's national soccer team head coach Bert van Marwijk speaks in Sydney, Monday, May 7, 2018. Van Marwijk has named 32 players as part of his preliminary squad for the 2018 World Cup in Russia. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)
World Cup: Cahill makes Australia's provisional squad
Australia's national soccer team head coach Bert van Marwijk speaks in Sydney, Monday, May 7, 2018. Van Marwijk has named 32 players as part of his preliminary squad for the 2018 World Cup in Russia. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)
Australia's national soccer team head coach Bert van Marwijk poses for a photo in Sydney, Monday, May 7, 2018. Van Marwijk has named 32 players as part of his preliminary squad for the 2018 World Cup in Russia. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)
World Cup: Cahill makes Australia's provisional squad
Australia's national soccer team head coach Bert van Marwijk poses for a photo in Sydney, Monday, May 7, 2018. Van Marwijk has named 32 players as part of his preliminary squad for the 2018 World Cup in Russia. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)
SYD. Sydney (Australia), 07/05/2018.- Australian Socceroos Head Coach Bert van Marwijk speaks at a a press conference to announce the preliminary Australian soccer squad for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia in Sydney, Australia, 07 May 2018. (Mundial de Fútbol, Rusia) EFE/EPA/BRENDAN ESPOSITO AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND OUT
SYD. Sydney (Australia), 07/05/2018.- Australian Socceroos Head Coach Bert van Marwijk speaks at a a press conference to announce the preliminary Australian soccer squad for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia in Sydney, Australia, 07 May 2018. (Mundial de Fútbol, Rusia) EFE/EPA/BRENDAN ESPOSITO AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND OUT
SYD. Sydney (Australia), 07/05/2018.- Australian Socceroos Head Coach Bert van Marwijk speaks at a a press conference to announce the preliminary Australian soccer squad for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia in Sydney, Australia, 07 May 2018. (Mundial de Fútbol, Rusia) EFE/EPA/BRENDAN ESPOSITO AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND OUT
SYD. Sydney (Australia), 07/05/2018.- Australian Socceroos Head Coach Bert van Marwijk holds a press conference to announce the preliminary Australian soccer squad for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia in Sydney, Australia, 07 May 2018. (Mundial de Fútbol, Rusia) EFE/EPA/BRENDAN ESPOSITO AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND OUT
SYD. Sydney (Australia), 07/05/2018.- Australian Socceroos Head Coach Bert van Marwijk holds a press conference to announce the preliminary Australian soccer squad for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia in Sydney, Australia, 07 May 2018. (Mundial de Fútbol, Rusia) EFE/EPA/BRENDAN ESPOSITO AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND OUT
SYD. Sydney (Australia), 07/05/2018.- Australian Socceroos Head Coach Bert van Marwijk holds a press conference to announce the preliminary Australian soccer squad for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia in Sydney, Australia, 07 May 2018. (Mundial de Fútbol, Rusia) EFE/EPA/BRENDAN ESPOSITO AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND OUT
SYD. Sydney (Australia), 07/05/2018.- Australian Socceroos Head Coach Bert van Marwijk speaks at a a press conference to announce the preliminary Australian soccer squad for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia in Sydney, Australia, 07 May 2018. (Mundial de Fútbol, Rusia) EFE/EPA/BRENDAN ESPOSITO AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND OUT
SYD. Sydney (Australia), 07/05/2018.- Australian Socceroos Head Coach Bert van Marwijk speaks at a a press conference to announce the preliminary Australian soccer squad for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia in Sydney, Australia, 07 May 2018. (Mundial de Fútbol, Rusia) EFE/EPA/BRENDAN ESPOSITO AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND OUT
SYD. Sydney (Australia), 07/05/2018.- Australian Socceroos Head Coach Bert van Marwijk speaks at a a press conference to announce the preliminary Australian soccer squad for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia in Sydney, Australia, 07 May 2018. (Mundial de Fútbol, Rusia) EFE/EPA/BRENDAN ESPOSITO AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND OUT
After Mick Fanning failed to better his top score for Australia, his team will have to face the World team to determine who makes the Final.
Adrénaline - Surf : Surf-Off at Gounders' Cup, Explained
After Mick Fanning failed to better his top score for Australia, his team will have to face the World team to determine who makes the Final.
After Mick Fanning failed to better his top score for Australia, his team will have to face the World team to determine who makes the Final.
Adrénaline - Surf : Surf-Off at Gounders' Cup, Explained
After Mick Fanning failed to better his top score for Australia, his team will have to face the World team to determine who makes the Final.
After Mick Fanning failed to better his top score for Australia, his team will have to face the World team to determine who makes the Final.
Adrénaline - Surf : Surf-Off at Gounders' Cup, Explained
After Mick Fanning failed to better his top score for Australia, his team will have to face the World team to determine who makes the Final.
After Mick Fanning failed to better his top score for Australia, his team will have to face the World team to determine who makes the Final.
Adrénaline - Surf : Surf-Off at Gounders' Cup, Explained
After Mick Fanning failed to better his top score for Australia, his team will have to face the World team to determine who makes the Final.
A huge win and another clean sheet from Australia's number one keeper
Socceroos Watch: Mat Ryan secures Premier League survival with Brighton and Hove Albion
A huge win and another clean sheet from Australia's number one keeper
In this photo taken on Tuesday, March 27, 2018, Colombia's Radamel Falcao during a friendly soccer match between Colombia and Australia in London. (AP Photo/Tim Ireland)
WORLD CUP: Since 2014 highs, a struggle for Colombia, James
In this photo taken on Tuesday, March 27, 2018, Colombia's Radamel Falcao during a friendly soccer match between Colombia and Australia in London. (AP Photo/Tim Ireland)
Australian cricketer Matt Renshaw could be well-prepared for next year's Ashes tour, just as Australia great Greg Chappell benefitted from playing for Somerset before the 1971 series in England (AFP Photo/Munir UZ ZAMAN)
Australian cricketer Matt Renshaw could be well-prepared for next year's Ashes tour, just as Australia great Greg Chappell benefitted from playing for Somerset before the 1971 series in England
Australian cricketer Matt Renshaw could be well-prepared for next year's Ashes tour, just as Australia great Greg Chappell benefitted from playing for Somerset before the 1971 series in England (AFP Photo/Munir UZ ZAMAN)
FILE - In this Tuesday, March 27, 2018 file photo, Australia's Mathew Leckie, left, and Colombia's Aleksandar Susnjar go for the ball during a friendly soccer match between Colombia and Australia in London. (AP Photo/Tim Ireland, File)
WORLD CUP: Cahill chases history, place in Australia squad
FILE - In this Tuesday, March 27, 2018 file photo, Australia's Mathew Leckie, left, and Colombia's Aleksandar Susnjar go for the ball during a friendly soccer match between Colombia and Australia in London. (AP Photo/Tim Ireland, File)
FILE - In this Tuesday, March 27, 2018 file photo, Australia's, back row from left, Tomi Juric, Bradley Jones, Tom Rogic, Mile Jedinak, Milos Degenek, Josh Risdon, Mathew Leckie and, front left to right, Andrew Nabbout, Massimo Luongo, Aziz Behich, Mark Milligan, during the national anthems before a friendly soccer match between Colombia and Australia in London, Tuesday, March 27, 2018. (AP Photo/Tim Ireland, File)
WORLD CUP: Cahill chases history, place in Australia squad
FILE - In this Tuesday, March 27, 2018 file photo, Australia's, back row from left, Tomi Juric, Bradley Jones, Tom Rogic, Mile Jedinak, Milos Degenek, Josh Risdon, Mathew Leckie and, front left to right, Andrew Nabbout, Massimo Luongo, Aziz Behich, Mark Milligan, during the national anthems before a friendly soccer match between Colombia and Australia in London, Tuesday, March 27, 2018. (AP Photo/Tim Ireland, File)
FILE - In this Tuesday, March 27, 2018 file photo, Australia's Tomi Juric during a friendly soccer match between Colombia and Australia in London. (AP Photo/Tim Ireland, File)
WORLD CUP: Cahill chases history, place in Australia squad
FILE - In this Tuesday, March 27, 2018 file photo, Australia's Tomi Juric during a friendly soccer match between Colombia and Australia in London. (AP Photo/Tim Ireland, File)
FILE - In this Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2017 file photo, Australia's Tim Cahill greets the crowd after defeating Honduras during their World Cup soccer playoff deciding match in Sydney, Australia. (AP Photo/Daniel Munoz, File)
WORLD CUP: Cahill chases history, place in Australia squad
FILE - In this Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2017 file photo, Australia's Tim Cahill greets the crowd after defeating Honduras during their World Cup soccer playoff deciding match in Sydney, Australia. (AP Photo/Daniel Munoz, File)
FILE - In this Tuesday, March 27, 2018. file photo, Australia's Tim Cahill walks on the pitch during a friendly soccer match between Colombia and Australia in London. (AP Photo/Tim Ireland, File)
WORLD CUP: Cahill chases history, place in Australia squad
FILE - In this Tuesday, March 27, 2018. file photo, Australia's Tim Cahill walks on the pitch during a friendly soccer match between Colombia and Australia in London. (AP Photo/Tim Ireland, File)
The centre-forward admits his feelings about missing green-and-gold selection when playing in Australia
"I've had enough disappointment with the Socceroos," says Jamie Maclaren
The centre-forward admits his feelings about missing green-and-gold selection when playing in Australia
The centre-forward admits his feelings about missing green-and-gold selection when playing in Australia
"I've had enough disappointment with the Socceroos," says Jamie Maclaren
The centre-forward admits his feelings about missing green-and-gold selection when playing in Australia
The centre-forward admits his feelings about missing green-and-gold selection when playing in Australia
"I've had enough disappointment with the Socceroos," says Jamie Maclaren
The centre-forward admits his feelings about missing green-and-gold selection when playing in Australia
The Asian Cup favourites have fallen at the final hurdle to Japan once again
Matildas heartbreak: Australia misses penalty in Asian Cup final loss to Japan
The Asian Cup favourites have fallen at the final hurdle to Japan once again
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Japan'Äôs players receive their medals after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Japan'Äôs players receive their medals after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Japan'Äôs players receive their medals after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Japan's players celebrate with the trophy after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Japan's players celebrate with the trophy after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Japan's players celebrate with the trophy after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Japan's players celebrate with the trophy after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Japan's players celebrate with the trophy after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Japan's players celebrate with the trophy after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Mana Iwabuchi receives the award of the best player in the championship after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Mana Iwabuchi receives the award of the best player in the championship after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Mana Iwabuchi receives the award of the best player in the championship after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
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Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Mana Iwabuchi receive the award of the best player in the championship after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Mana Iwabuchi receive the award of the best player in the championship after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Mana Iwabuchi receive the award of the best player in the championship after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Saki Kumagi receive the Fair Play award for Japan after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Saki Kumagi receive the Fair Play award for Japan after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Saki Kumagi receive the Fair Play award for Japan after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Jordan's prince Ali ben al hussain (L) President of the Japanese Football Federation Kozo Tashima (R) and Sheikh Salman Bin Ibrahim Al-Khalifa, the President of the Asian Football (C) after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Jordan's prince Ali ben al hussain (L) President of the Japanese Football Federation Kozo Tashima (R) and Sheikh Salman Bin Ibrahim Al-Khalifa, the President of the Asian Football (C) after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Jordan's prince Ali ben al hussain (L) President of the Japanese Football Federation Kozo Tashima (R) and Sheikh Salman Bin Ibrahim Al-Khalifa, the President of the Asian Football (C) after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Japan fans cheer during the AFC Women's Asian Cup final match between Japan and Australia in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Japan fans cheer during the AFC Women's Asian Cup final match between Japan and Australia in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Japan fans cheer during the AFC Women's Asian Cup final match between Japan and Australia in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Head coach of Japan Asako Takakura (L) and Hasegawa Yui celebrate celebrate with the trophy after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Head coach of Japan Asako Takakura (L) and Hasegawa Yui celebrate celebrate with the trophy after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Head coach of Japan Asako Takakura (L) and Hasegawa Yui celebrate celebrate with the trophy after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Head coach of Japan Asako Takakura celebrate with the trophy after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Head coach of Japan Asako Takakura celebrate with the trophy after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Head coach of Japan Asako Takakura celebrate with the trophy after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Head coach of Japan Asako Takakura celebrate with the trophy after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Head coach of Japan Asako Takakura celebrate with the trophy after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Head coach of Japan Asako Takakura celebrate with the trophy after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Japan's players celebrate with the trophy after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Japan's players celebrate with the trophy after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Japan's players celebrate with the trophy after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Japan's players celebrate with the trophy after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Japan's players celebrate with the trophy after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Japan's players celebrate with the trophy after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Japan's players celebrate with the trophy after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Japan's players celebrate with the trophy after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Japan's players celebrate with the trophy after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Japan's players celebrate with the trophy after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Japan's players celebrate with the trophy after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Japan's players celebrate with the trophy after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Sheikh Salman Bin Ibrahim Al-Khalifa, the President of the Asian Football Delivers the tournament cup to Japan's player Saki Kumag after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Sheikh Salman Bin Ibrahim Al-Khalifa, the President of the Asian Football Delivers the tournament cup to Japan's player Saki Kumag after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Sheikh Salman Bin Ibrahim Al-Khalifa, the President of the Asian Football Delivers the tournament cup to Japan's player Saki Kumag after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Japan's players celebrate with the trophy after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Japan's players celebrate with the trophy after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Japan's players celebrate with the trophy after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Sheikh Salman Bin Ibrahim Al-Khalifa, the President of the Asian Football Delivers the tournament cup to Japan's player Saki Kumag after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Sheikh Salman Bin Ibrahim Al-Khalifa, the President of the Asian Football Delivers the tournament cup to Japan's player Saki Kumag after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Sheikh Salman Bin Ibrahim Al-Khalifa, the President of the Asian Football Delivers the tournament cup to Japan's player Saki Kumag after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Japan's players celebrate with the trophy after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Japan's players celebrate with the trophy after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Japan's players celebrate with the trophy after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Japan's Saki Kumagi celebrates with the trophy after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Japan's Saki Kumagi celebrates with the trophy after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- Japan's Saki Kumagi celebrates with the trophy after winning against Australia in the final soccer match at the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- The AFC trophy on display prior to the AFC Women's Asian Cup final match between Japan and Australia in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- The AFC trophy on display prior to the AFC Women's Asian Cup final match between Japan and Australia in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Amman (Jordan), 20/04/2018.- The AFC trophy on display prior to the AFC Women's Asian Cup final match between Japan and Australia in Amman, Jordan, 20 April 2018. (Jordania, Japón) EFE/EPA/AHMAD ABDO
Kumi Yokoyama celebrates after her late goal for Japan while Tameka Butt looks dejected for Australia.
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Kumi Yokoyama celebrates after her late goal for Japan while Tameka Butt looks dejected for Australia.

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