Peru and Australia’s paths to the intercontinental qualifiers differed greatly. The Peruvians finished fifth in the South American Qualifiers, and fought for a place in the playoff with Colombia to the finish. In contrast, the Australians were promoted to the Intercontinental Playoff only after the continental match, which turned out to be better than the UAE national team, with a 2-1 victory.
If you believe these theses matchesMust win, no matter the style, this can definitely be one of them. Both teams didn’t want to open up too much so as not to risk losing a goal. However, none of the attacks brought hope to the scoring. It is enough to look at the statistics of shots on goal – even the break was … 0: 0.
After the break, the Australians attacked with a bit more boldness, but their attempts were also not much of a threat under Galeese’s goal. And although the fans finally got an accurate shot, the Peruvian goalkeeper managed to defend the two strikes on his own goal.
There was no shortage of feelings in overtime. In the 108th minute, Flores had the opportunity, but the ball after his head shot hit the post only. In the last minutes of extra time Toys However, there was not much – more players fell on the field due to the contractions that stopped the match every few tens of seconds. Just before the end of extra time, Redmayne appeared on the field – mainly to defend penalty kicks. After 120 minutes there was a 0-0 draw, and so about the fate of the promotion World Championship Sanctions were decisive.
Redmayne’s crazy dance gives Australia a promotion on penalties
Boyle started the penalty streak for Australia, because Galeese sensed his shot and defended “eleven”. The Peruvians had the advantage, but Advincula hit the post with his shot, leading to a 2:2 tie after three rounds. Redmayne doubled down on a goal-line dance and jiggered it to distract Peruvian footballers, reminiscent of the famous dance. Jersey Dudek. Madly jumping across the goal line, turning his back on the scorers before the whistle, he wanted to make history and finally succeeded – in the sixth round of shots, he saved Valery’s shot, becoming the champion of the Australians.
Thus, Australia is the 31st team to qualify for the Qatar World Cup. The last team to play in the World Cup will be announced on Tuesday, with Costa Rica playing New Zealand in their last intercontinental playoff.
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