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Socceroos Irvine scores while Cahill gets only meager minutes again

Six Australian internationals were in action in England's Championship with Hull's Jackson Irvine among the goals while Tim Cahill was a late substitute for Millwall.

Irvine put the Tigers in front after just six minutes against Norwich but the hosts found themselves 3-1 down with half-time approaching after James Maddison scored a second penalty to complete his hat-trick.

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