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Pundits pan poor penalty

Pundits pan poor penalty

Former Socceroos Robbie Slater and Robbie Cornthwaite have taken aim at the contentious penalty awarded to Syria in their 3-2 Asian Cup loss to Australia.
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FOURFOURTWO.COM.AU

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Mabil says focused Socceroos fear no one

Supplied video obtained Wednesday, January 16, 2019 of Socceroos forward Awer Mabil speaking to reporters in Al Ain following his side's 3-2 win over Syria in the 2019 Asian Cup. The win sealed a place in the last 16 of the competition for the Socceroos. "We stuck to what we know, because we know if we do our jobs we're the best. And that's what we have to focus on," Mabil says. "Every player loved it and you can see the mental strength that we had today. Thats was amazing from the boys today. Mabil says he is excited for the next four years as the Socceroos prepare for the next World Cup. "I'm really excited for Australian football... this next four years is going to be amazing," Mabil says. (AAP Video/Supplied/Football Federation Australia) NO ARCHIVING, EDITORIAL USE ONLY
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ADELAIDENOW.COM.AU

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Mabil dedicates strike to Arnold, hails Socceroos mentality

Supplied video obtained Wednesday, January 16, 2019 of Socceroos forward Awer Mabil speaking to reporters in Al Ain following his side's 3-2 win over Syria in the 2019 Asian Cup. The win sealed a place in the last 16 of the competition for the Socceroos. Mabil dedicates his second goal of the tournament to coach Graham Arnold. "I just couldn't wait for it to hit the back of the net... it was amazing to score another goal," Mabil says. Mabil pays tribute to the service he receives from his teammates. "They make it easier for people in the front third to score goals and that's the fun part," Mabil says. (AAP Video/Supplied/Football Federation Australia) NO ARCHIVING, EDITORIAL USE ONLY
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ADELAIDENOW.COM.AU

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Asian Cup: Tom Rogic heroics send Australia to last 16; Jordan top group

Australia left it late in their win over Syria on Tuesday. Tom Rogic smashed home an injury-time winner to earn defending champions Australia a 3-2 win over Syria on Tuesday evening and a place in the knockout rounds of the Asian Cup. The Celtic midfielder struck from 25 yards out to see off a determined Syrian side in an incident-packed clash, with victory ensuring the Socceroos advance to the round of 16 in second place in group B alongside Jordan. Jordan, meanwhile, won the group after playing out a goalless draw with Palestine, leaving the Syrians bottom...
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Tom Rogic, Chris Ikonomidis earn 8/10, cover Australian defensive lapses vs. Syria

Tom Rogic's injury-time winner over Syria confirmed Australia's place in the Asia Cup knockout rounds. Australia progressed to the Asian Cup Round of 16 courtesy of a second-place finish in Group B, but did so in less than convincing fashion by narrowly defeating Syria 3-2 on Tuesday night. Positives Despite having pressure put on them by a Syrian team that needed a win to finish second in the group themselves, the Socceroos found just enough grit to get the job done, which will please coach Graham Arnold ahead of the more difficult contests. The performances -- and goalscoring -- of Awer Mabil and...
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Shirtless Pitch Invader Goes for Goal During Wellington Phoenix A-League Game

A shirtless pitch invader took a shot at goal at the Westpac Stadium in Wellington, New Zealand, during Wellington Phoenix’s A-League match against the Central Coast Mariners on Saturday, January 12. Footage posted on Twitter by Phoenix fan Naziah Ali Krishna shows the shirtless fan running onto the field as he attempts to score a goal, before being quickly chased away by stewards – much to the amusement of the 10,000-strong crowd. The home side didn’t much attacking help, as it turned out, winning 3-2, to bring their unbeaten A-League run to eight games. Credit: Naziah Ali Krishna via Storyful
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