World Cup playoff, UAE, Australia 1-2: Australia faces Peru on Monday

United Arab Emirates – Australia 1-2

53′ Irvine (A), 57′ Caillou (U), 84′ Hrustic (A)

United Arab Emirates (4-3-3): Jesus. Al-Attas, Al-Hammadi, Murad, Al-Hanhani. Ali Salmin (88 Hassan), Hamad (88 Abdul Rahman), Ramadan (75 Nader). Abdullah Sohail, Ali Mabkhout (75 Ali Saleh), Kayo (88′ Tagliabu). Coach: Arruabarrena.

Australia (4-2-3-1): Rayan. Bahish, Rollies; Wright, Atkinson; Hrustic (90′ degenic), Irvine; Goodwin (72′ MacLaren), Leckie (90′ Mabil), Boyle; moi. ct.: Arnold.

UAE Co and Australia will challenge Peru

After the first half ended with a score of 0-0, the balance was immediately broken at the start of the second half: eight minutes later he opened it Irvine, good at finishing off the good offensive work of his team from a few meters away. But the joy of supremacy, for the Australians, lasted only five minutes: after bouncing in the center of the opponent’s area, Cayo Canedo He managed to record and get the situation back on track. Both teams began to increase the pace and intensity. The decisive play came in the last minutes: the Australian scaly, from a convenient position, sent really fast as Issa couldn’t do anything (also thanks to a teammate’s deflection): Australia thus won the match 2-1. Monday final chapter against Peru: The two national teams are ninety minutes away from Qatar 2022, but only one will be able to remove the pass.

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