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World Cup 2014: Socceroos v The Netherlands live blog

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Dream goal: Tim Cahill fires Australia level.

Dream goal: Tim Cahill fires Australia level. Photo: Getty Images

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After another spirited effort from our Socceroos, that wraps it up for our coverage.

If you're a diehard football fan, join me at 5am for Spain vs Chile in what will be a very interesting game given the Group B standings at the moment. 

You can go to our SMH World Cup site for a match report, detailed analysis and player ratings. 

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See you in about 45 minutes for Spain v Chile!

And fair enough too, he had a very solid game. 

 

It was a great effort by our lads! 

 

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The Australian players are walking around with their hands on their heads, not quite knowing what to do. They don't want to leave the field just yet.

They now head to the chunk of Australian fans behind the far corner, clapping their efforts in the stands.

Poignantly, Tim Cahill is waving goodbye. He is out of the match against Spain after picking up a yellow card.

The 34-year old's World Cup career comes to a close today and he has bowed out in spectacular fashion, scoring what may win the goal of the tournament.

The final whistle blows here in Porto Alegre and the Socceroos hopes of making it through to the final 16 are virtually over, losing 3-2 to this mighty Dutch outfit.

There's small mathematical chance if Spain easily defeat Chile and Australia comfortably defeat Spain - no prizes for guessing the odds of that would be quite ridiculous.

It's been a mighty effort, however, and the Australian public should be very proud of their team for giving their all.

The Socceroos' fans in the stands are singing their lungs out right now in tribute to what has been a big-hearted display from Ange Postecoglou's men.

FULL TIME: NETHERLANDS WIN 3-2

What an incredible performance from the Socceroos. They've done us bloody proud! 

Netherlands first ever victory over Australia. 

91st min 

Australia gets a free kick on the halfway line. Australia have a bit of space, but Depay ends up with it for the Dutch on the left wing. 

We're desperate to get it back!

AUS 2-3 NED 

Australia is desperately throwing numbers forward now. It's reckless but it's the Socceroos' last hope. But this game is almost due another twist and turn, isn't it?

We will have three minutes added time

87th min

Not long now for the Socceroos to find something special. 

A set piece coming up here for the Socceroos. Is this the last throw of the dice?

It's well delivered but a counter attack is on, and now a counter attack from the Aussies. 

Jedinak's shot goes over the top with 70 secs of normal time to go

AUS 2-3 NED 

Hope is fading now for the Socceroos, having squandered their last few attacking thrusts.

Tim Cahill's World Cup career appears to be over after he was taken off for Ben Halloran and it's hard to know where Australia will find another goal.

However, the running of the Australians has been quite amazing. They are chasing simply everything and on that alone, cannot be counted out of this contest.

The fans are desperately chanting, all trying to lift the Socceroos to grab an equaliser, one which would keep the side's hopes alive going into the final group match against Spain.

83rd min

Leckie fouled again in Australia's half. Bozanic wastes the ball - it goes out for a Dutch throw. 

Ben Halloran from Australia fouled by Sneijder. And Netherlands now get a free kick. 

Crowd getting louder as we reach the climax here. 

AUS 2-3 NED

An absolute legend of Australian football

 

80th min

Australia still desperately pressing for an equaliser here. 

Matthew Leckie wins a free kick just outside the 18 yard box. Big chance for Australia here if Jedinak can sneak it past the wall.

The strike is good but de Jong heads it away nicely. Still time for the Australians here.

AUS 2-3 NED 

Nigel de Jong could have iced the match for the Netherlands there after a splendid touch and turn by van Persie. However, Ryan pulled out a solid save and Australia is hanging on by a thread.

There's still 15 minutes to go, so the Socceroos need to calm down a touch defensively and work on keeping the ball. This Dutch defence has already shown they can be broken.

Adam Taggart comes on for Tommy Oar and he should provide a burst of fresh energy down the left. Can he be Australia's hero? He certainly was for the Newcastle Jets last season.

78th min

Cries from the Australian camp for a penalty it the box, but the verdict is that it wasn't warranted. 

Netherlands' de Gusman coming off for midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum

AUS 2-3 NED 

Our man Paul Zalunardo: 

"You can't make mistakes at this level. It is as simple as that. Australia have been punished for every mistake they have made in this match. Mat Ryan should have done better on that shot. Australia need to lift again." 

 

74th min

Robben's free kick goes through the wall to Matt Ryan, who seconds later makes a cracking save from the boot of De Jong.

Australia hanging on by the skin of their teeth, they're going to have to produce something special here!

AUS 2-3 NED   

73rd min

Holland win a free kick - Tommy Oar fouls Robben about 25 yards from goal. Well within range. The wall is forming

AUS 2-3 NED 

 

How a game can turn in an instant.

Australia should have taken the lead when Oar was one-on-one with the goalkeeper but inexplicably passed across to Leckie, who tried to chest the ball home but couldn't get enough power on it.

The Dutch then took the ball up the other end and scored with a long-range effort from Memphis Depay. It swerved violently and Mat Ryan badly misjudged the flight of the ball, giving the Oranje the lead.

It's going to be a hard road back for Australia now, but who would dare count anything out in this match, the best game of the World Cup so far?

71st min  

Netherlands go close again but to not avail. Janmaat gets the overlap but it's out for a goal kick. 

AUS 2-3 NED 

68th min

GOOOOAAAAAALLLLL - Netherlands score to make it 3-2.

On the back of Tommy Oar's questionable decision to pass rather than shoot, Netherlands make a counter attack and come up the goods through Memphis Depay

Memphis Depay shoots and scores his team's third goal past Mat Ryan.

Memphis Depay shoots and scores his team's third goal past Mat Ryan. Photo: Getty Images

65th min

About 30 mins left in this match you'd feel with extra time included. 

It's been a physical contest to say the least. Sneijder makes a break down the left but it goes out for a goal kick. Australia lose the ball but the Dutch give it straight back to keeper Ryan. 

Possession football the key here

AUS 2-2 NED 

Here's the penalty for those who missed it.

 

61st min 

Looking like Taggart will come on soon. An Australian counter attack on here. 

Tommy Oar is fouled by Dutch defender Daryl Janmaat. Set piece coming up here within range. And it's headed away. 

You can't knock the Australians yet again for their efforts today, they've played out of their skin! 

AUS 2-2 NED 

It's goal for goal at the moment.

 

Australia's first substitution as Mark Bresciano gets pulled off after just 50 minutes for Oliver Bozanic - and he makes an instant impact, winning a penalty barely seconds after coming on.

Bozanic took possession and raced into space down the left, eventually attempting a cross that hit Daley Blind's outstretched arm.

It wasn't deliberate from Blind but his arm was well away from the body and that seems to be enough for a penalty these days.

Captain Mile Jedinak, as cool as a cucumber, smashes the ball hard and low and Cillessen guesses the wrong way. Australia goes ahead 2-1 and the noise in the stadium is truly deafening.

However, the Dutch reply is virtually instant, with van Persie slamming home after finding space in the box. Jason Davidson accidentally played him onside.

It's 2-2 and this is absolute bedlam in Porto Alegre.

GOOOOAAAAAALLLLL - Robin van Persie scores an equaliser!

Talk about a captivating game of football. 

AUS 2-2 NED 

 

Robin van Persie celebrates his equaliser.

Robin van Persie celebrates his equaliser. Photo: Getty Images

Unbelievable scenes - get around Australia! 

 

GOOOOOAAAALLLLLL! MILE JEDINAK HAS KICKED IT. WE'RE IN THE LEAD, BABY! 

This is incredible stuff. We are beating the Netherlands. Can you believe it! 

AUS 2-1 NED 

Mile Jedinak scores from the spot.

Mile Jedinak scores from the spot. Photo: Getty Images

AUSTRALIA HAVE A PENALTY IN THE BOX IT'S A HANDBALL! 

Hold on everyone we could witnessing history here! 

Matt Ryan makes a full blooded diving save to deny Wesley Sneijder a goal. Geez he looked like Adam Gilchrist in his heyday diving in front of Warnie at first slip.

Mark Bresciano off for Oliver Bozanic who makes his World Cup debut. What a lovely moment. 

AUS 1-1 NED 

Action packed opening to the second half: Mathew Leckie puts the ball in the back of the net inside a minute but the referee blows for a foul on Daley Blind. It was there but Blind seemed to lose his footing rather easily.

Then at the other end, Robin van Persie cops a yellow card for a face-plant on Matthew Spiranovic. The defender makes the most of the contact and the referee reaches for his pocket.


This game has re-started exactly where it stopped, going at a million miles per hour.

49th min

Matt Ryan makes an easy save from a Van Persie half shot. Australia on the attack. 

 

Take a deep breath, Australia. The Socceroos have 45 minutes to keep the World Cup dream alive.

But there is hope - much more than the nation had when the match kicked off.

Most crucial now is how the defence reacts to the inevitable pressure. We'll certainly find out soon enough. 

Tim Cahill gives away a penalty despite making a break down the centre eleven seconds into the half.

Robin Van Persie will also miss the next game! His tackle on Davidson not liked by the referee! 

Yellow card given. He and Cahill will have to forget about it for the time being. 

AUS 1-1 NED  

We're back underway in the second half. Massive half of football in Australian history coming up. Stay tuned wherever you are! 

AUS 1-1 NED 

Everyone's going nuts - hoping for a similar standard from the Socceroos in the second half. 

Fans go crazy at Sydney's Cheers Bar after Tim Cahill's goal.

Fans go crazy at Sydney's Cheers Bar after Tim Cahill's goal. Photo: Janie Barrett

They're even calling it from abroad. If he can get another one, surely he'll be knighted!

 

Not in your wildest FIFA dreams

 

More wise words from Sun Herald sports boss and basketball blogging doyen Paul Zalunardo: 

"It is hard to fathom but Australia should probably be taking a lead into the break. They played with pace, skill and determination. The chances missed by Mark Bresciano and Matt Spiranovic could come back to hurt the men in green and gold.  Expect the Dutch to lift, but don't rule out Australia." 

 

 

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Positive thinking from our man in Brazil

 

Half-time here in Porto Alegre and the half ends on a physical note with Cahill earning a yellow card for taking Martins Indi - which rules him out of Australia's match against Spain.

It was a late, and a bit crude, but Cahill certainly felt hard done by. However, a stretcher has been brought out for Martins Indi, so he's clearly been rattled by the challenge. Memphis Depay has taken his place.

All in all, a great half for Australia and they can be very proud of their efforts. Cahill's splendid equaliser, which ruled out Robben's opener, was richly deserved.

Had either Bresciano or Matt Spiranovic converted their chances, Australia could easily be ahead.

HALF TIME

AUS 1-1 NED

This is likely to be Tim Cahill's last World Cup game after a tackle which sees him given his second yellow card in as many games. 

41st min

Can the Socceroos hold out until half time? Going into the sheds with a goal under their belt will be invaluable. 

Van Persie penalised for an elbow in the back. Netherlands stringing together some excellent passes here right on the stroke of half time.

TIM CAHILL WILL BE SUSPENDED FOR THE NEXT GAME HIS WORLD CUP CAMPAIGN IS OVER! A yellow card - disaster for Socceroos

AUS 1-1 NED 

Banned: Tim Cahill will miss the Spain game after picking up another yellow.

Banned: Tim Cahill will miss the Spain game after picking up another yellow. Photo: Reuters

I enjoy this tweet, poor Tony.

 

 

It's always impossible to count out the Dutch but something is up with their possession game today.

We've just seen Wesley Sneijder pass to Daley Blind - from five metres away - but he couldn't get his foot anywhere near it and the ball rolled harmlessly out of play. It's not the first time, either.

Whether the Netherlands are rattled by the quality of this showing from Australia - and it is a supreme effort so far - or are suffering from a hangover post-Spain is hard to say.

Either way, it's all boding well for the Socceroos as half-time is coming into view.

38th min

Tommy Oar receives a through-ball but his shot on goal is blocked. To their credit, Netherlands' defenders are keeping very solid at the moment. 

AUS 1-1 NED 

35th min

Australia down the Dutch end of the field once again. Bresciano just holding the ball up in a bid to give himself options. 

Davidson puts a cross in searching for Tim Cahill but it's cleared away. 

The crowd becoming a bit more subdued. Or maybe that's just because they're catching their breath.

AUS 1-1 NED 

That's a serious stat. 

 

This is already one of the games of the tournament and the Australian fans - very much outnumbering the Dutch in the stands - are having the time of their lives.

Although the Netherlands are superior in their technical ability, they have been a little off so far and that's given Australia a chance to stay even.

Mark Bresciano has just squandered a golden chance to put Australia ahead, blasting over after being set up down the right - and the Socceroos would be good value to go ahead.

With 15 minutes to play until half-time, Ange Postecoglou can be very pleased with their efforts so far.

And we're still getting over that goal from Tim Cahill. What an absolute corker.

31st min

Bresciano misses! Matt Leckie makes another great run, Mile Jedinak gives cut-back to Bresciano whose shot soars over the cross bar, another great chance for the Aussies. They're pressing hard and gee wouldn't every Aussie fan love to see another goal to shake this game right up! 

Spiranovic also has a chance in front of goal - it's all happening. 

AUS 1-1 NED 

Sun Herald sports editor Paul Zalunardo's thoughts.

"What a dramatic opening 25 minutes. Both teams playing without a fear in the world. Australia more than holding their own. Wonder striker from Cahill. We haven't seen the end of the scoring in this one." 

27th min

Matt Leckie makes a break through the middle but is stopped. What a frenetic pace we are seeing at the moment!

To be frank, I think the Dutch are a bit shocked at the way Australia have come out and played. 

Matthew Spiranovic clears one out from the goal mouth

AUS 1-1 NED 

Well, what a stunning few minutes here in Porto Alegre. The Dutch score first through Arjen Robben - and then Tim Cahill scores the best goal of the tournament so far.

Australia looked to be reeling when a shocking defensive mistake from Alex Wilkinson allowing Robben to race into Australia's penalty box and fire past Mat Ryan.

A minute later, and just as it looked the Socceroos World Cup campaign was floundering, Ryan McGowan hit a hopeful long diagonal pass towards Tim Cahill and the veteran volleyed a stunning left-foot effort that sent the crowd into a frenzy.

It's arguably the finest goal of Cahill's career, for club or country, and it even had a few of the Dutch journalists around me nodding their heads in appreciation.

Take a look at this goal. Incredible! 

 

I agree!

 

GOOOOAAAAAAALLLLL! TIMMY CAHILL HAS DONE IT!! WHAT A LEGEND!

What an absolute pearler! A left foot volley from the 18 yard box and we're back in it. What a period, this is incredible. 

That's one of the all-time great goals. The crowd are going bananas! 

AUS 1-1 NED 

GOOOOOOAAAAAALLLLL - Netherlands score!

Robben makes a break through the middle through a counter attack - he slots a left footer to the bottom right corner. 

Australia down early again!

AUS 0-1 NED 

Arjen Robben celebrates putting the Dutch in front.

Arjen Robben celebrates putting the Dutch in front. Photo: Getty Images

A splendid touch from Mathew Leckie takes him right past a helpless Bruno Martins Indi before crossing smartly for Mark Bresciano, who had his shot deflected out for a corner. The Dutch clear it away.

We're almost 20 minutes down here in Porto Alegre and the Socceroos have looked a much improved outfit from the one that was already 2-0 down in Cuiaba.


Australia looks physical but prepared to play in possession and has so far been able to get numbers around Robben and Van Persie. Mat Ryan has hardly been troubled so far.

In a great sign, Tommy Oar looks much more involved than he was against Chile.

18th min

Davidson makes contact on Robben and gives away a free kick within range. 

The kick is good, Robin Van Persie gets a header away but Matt Ryan makes a comfortable save that bounces in front of him. 

AUS 0-0 NED

Risky effort there from Nigel De Jong on Tommy Oar, two-footed and the kind that could have incurred the referee's wrath had it been a little stronger. He escaped with only a free-kick, which was taken by Mark Bresciano but cleared away.

The match pauses as Bruno Martins Indi tries to shake off a leg injury sustained in a tackle by Tim Cahill. Physical start here, neither side giving an inch. Probably good for Australia as it's breaking up the Dutch rhythm. So far, anyway - let's see how long it lasts.

Arjen Robben makes a rare mistake, fluffing a great chance with a poor touch after burning Alex Wilkinson for pace. The Socceroos can't afford to be so lax in giving away midfield possession. Robben usually eats those for breakfast.

13th min

Ange Postecoglou doing the rounds on the sideline, looking a bit uptight. 

The crowd is very very loud at the moment, you sense we'll be needing all that Australians support over there. 

Both keepers making good clearances. Both sides are happy knocking it around but Australia is competing with the Dutch which is great to see

AUS 0-0 NED 

On edge: Ange Postecoglou.

On edge: Ange Postecoglou. Photo: Getty Images

11th min

Tommy Oar does all the hard work to stop a counter attack from the Dutch but gives the ball away. Matt Leckie and Timmy Cahill doing their bit up front - pressing nicely. They've got to the 12 minute stage where they conceded a couple of qucik goals against Chile. 

Crucial little period this, but Australia is certainly not being outdone! 

AUS 0-0 NED 

Have a bit of faith why don't you!

 

7th min

Matt Leckie makes a break down the left wing and gets a beautiful cross in, but it's smothered by Netherlands keeper Jasper Cillessen. They'll take something out of that the Socceroos! 

Netherlands get a free kick for a bad tackle on Daryl Janmaat. 

Van Persie adjudged off side...and it's a correct call. 

AUS 0-0 NED 

5th min

Australia knocking it around. They're pressing forward but Netherlands make a nice counter attack.

Aussie keeper Matty Ryan gets his hands on the ball for the first time in the match. 

Matthew Leckie given a free after being pushed from behind by Netherlands defender Bruno Martins Indi

AUS 0-0 NED

But at the same time the pubs of Australia have been swarmed with sports fans, many of whom have watched NSW's drought-breaking Origin victory at Homebush. There's plenty of excitement around - reporter Pat Begley has been (professionally) pub crawling and talking to football fans about their plans for tonight. 

John Smallios, Anouk den Boer and Ellen Bailey  watch the match at The Victoria Hotel in Marrickville, Sydney.

John Smallios, Anouk den Boer and Ellen Bailey watch the match at The Victoria Hotel in Marrickville, Sydney. Photo: Janie Barrett

2nd min

Australia get a free kick early doors. Bresciano to take it. Set piece here but it's knocked away by the wall.

Australia looking positive early though

AUS 0-0 NED  

WE'RE UNDERWAY! 

Netherlands to kick off

They're not as patriotic as us are they Webby! 

 

Kick-off is almost upon us in Porto Alegre as Australia battles to keep their World Cup dream alive against the Dutch.

The two teams have just entered the field of play and the national anthems - we hope, anyway - are about to start. It's a beautiful day here and the stadium is just about full, as expected.

Ange Postecoglou has already pulled his first surprise at selection, bring in Matt McKay for the injured Mark Milligan. As expected, Ryan McGowan takes the place of Ivan Franjic.

The Dutch go in as expected, although we're still waiting to see if they change from a 5-3-2 to a 4-3-3. Not long to find out. Enjoy the game.

There's plenty of Aussie over in Brazil getting behind our guys.

 

We're a bit over ten minutes until kick off! 

Australia are long odds to win tonight do-or-die match - around 15/1. But hey, Australians love being an underdog. 

Will Timmy Cahill score another cracking header, will it be Bresciano from outside the 18 year box or will a diving Matt Ryan save decide the match?  

It's been a big night in Aus sport - what does everyone reckon will happen tonight? 

 

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What a beautiful field the Socceroos are playing at today! 

 

This blogger was having lurk around Darling Harbour only a few hours ago and it's a similar kind of vibe! 

 

Here's the latest news on the teams from our man in Brazil Michael Lynch.

"Socceroo boss Ange Postecoglou has stuck with the tried and tested as he reshuffles his side for the clash with Holland, drafting in his captain from the Brisbane Roar title winning side he coached, Matt McKay, in place of the injured Mark Milligan.
The latter, one of Postecoglou's mainstays in the five games in which he has been in charge, was ruled out of the make or break match with the Oranje after sustaining a hamstring injury in training.
McKay is an experienced, left sided midfielder who will slot in alongside captain Mile Jedinak. 
The other change is at full back where, as expected Ryan McGowan comes in for his first start in a World Cup game. The Chinese based defender came off the bench in the opening fixture against Chile, a 3-1 loss, when first choice right back Ivan Franjic went off injured.
Franjic is now back in Australia, his World Cup over."

 

Here are the teams: 

Aus: Ryan, Davidson, Cahill, Spiranovic, Leckie, Oar, Jedinak (c), McKay, McGowan, Wilkinson, Bresciano.

Ned: Cillessen, Janmaat, Vlaar, De Vrij, Martins, Blind, de Guzman, Sneijder, De Jong, Van Persie, Robben

 

G'day everyone and welcome to Fairfax's coverage of the Socceroos second match of the World Cup.

After a 3-1 loss to Chile, they'll be up against arguably the form team of the tournament; the Netherlands, who are coming off a 5-1 demolition of Spain.

With thousands of avid sporting fans backing up from tonight's epic State of Origin match, if Australia can sneak at least one goal you can't help but feel there'll be a bit of pandemonium in the early hours on the streets. 

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  • So good but so disappointing. So many chances missed! Oar to Leckie. Ugh.

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    mb
    Date and time
    June 19, 2014, 3:31AM
  • Pim, Pim! Pim!! - are you there Pim..............

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    Mike C
    Date and time
    June 19, 2014, 3:13AM
  • marvelous effort by the Ozzies so far....c'mon fellas another 45 minutes of hard yakka.

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    Mike
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    June 19, 2014, 3:04AM
  • There you go Pim

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    Mike C
    Date and time
    June 19, 2014, 2:55AM
  • 'This is likely to be Tim Cahill's last World Cup game after a tackle which sees him given his second yellow card in as many games.'

    C'mon Spain are for the taking. A bit of positivity (or wishful thinking)

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    wear the fox hat
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    June 19, 2014, 2:53AM
  • What-a-goal. Wow I thought that we would go down gamely after Robben's goal (and still might). But wow.

    Bresciano is past it though and Robben showed him up badly. He is just too slow.

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    wear the fox hat
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    June 19, 2014, 2:43AM
    • Are we watching the same game? Bresciano is pulling the strings in that midfielder and has made some telling contributions. It was Wilkinson that he brushed off killing us on the counter. Their only chance of the half....Robben is class and will kill you with half a sniff. Having said that the Soccerroos are dishing it up. Here's hoping they can keep it up

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      Simon
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      Date and time
      June 19, 2014, 3:02AM
    • Bresch off - Its good to see that Ange reads my comments (says with tongue in his cheek)

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      wear the fox hat
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      June 19, 2014, 3:11AM
  • Astounding effort by Australia.controlled the game completely in the first half..great to see them play wide and crossing out from the keeper.Only one slip up at the back for Robben's goal.Tim Cahill's goal an absolute gem.What a game and conratulations to all the Socceroos and Ange Postecoglou.

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    Jonjoe55
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    June 19, 2014, 2:41AM

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