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Australia: belonging has its own privileges – 2022

Australia: belonging has its own privileges - 2022

Aware of the humility of its resources, without excessive ambitions, the Australian team will face the Qatar 2022 World Cup with the satisfaction that it has extended its stay among the best national teams that organize their forces into the highest FIFA competition .

This fact is attested to in the statistical statistics of securing their fifth consecutive classification for the World Cup, Germany’s sixth since its full debut in ’74.

In the playoffs, oppressor “Socaros” of Peru’s Argentine Ricardo Gareca entered the Asian Football Confederation as the fifth and final representative. (AFC) followed by Iran, South Korea, Japan and Saudi Arabia.

Despite being geographically analogous to the continent of Oceania, “kangaroos” have competed in the Asian Qualifiers since the last South Africa 2010. At the request of its leadership, due to blatant differences with the rest of the Football Confederation (OFC) of its region.

This change, in addition to raising their competitive level, was beneficial to the extent that they got a passport to the World Cup in each of their partnerships with rivals from the Yellow Continent.

On occasion, it was a long road of 20 games starting with the field award of the second leg which included Kuwait, Jordan, Nepal and Chinese Taipei.

Thereafter, they were forced to define their fate in the playoffs, finishing third in their third round group with Saudi Arabia and Japan – the direct qualifiers – Oman, China and Vietnam.

In the qualifying stage, the Australian rivals were hanged with Argentina’s coaches in both games played at the Ahmed bin Ali Stadium in the municipality of Ryanair, one of the Qatar 2022 venues.

First they registered a 2–1 win against the United Arab Emirates under the leadership of “Vasco” Rodolfo Arruberena. And then he sealed his passport in a penalty shootout against Gareka’s venerable Peru, who were looking for a second consecutive World Cup after 36 years since they were gifted in Russia 2018.

He was credited with invaluable contributions from controversial goalkeeper Andrew Redmayne (Sydney FC), who was sent to the pitch at the end of extra time to display his prodigious behavior during the 12-move ceremony.

With jumps, runs from stick to stick, and the movements of a puppet’s distinctive arms and legs, the goalkeeper achieved the goal of distracting his execution rivals and reaching the World Cup by intercepting Alex’s shipment Valera. facility provided.

Redmayne thus gained centrality in the World Cup standings after spending most of the campaign in the shadow of captain Matthew Ryan, the second-highest performing goalkeeper in the national team (73).

The Danish footballer from Copenhagen, previous with Arsenal and Valencia, Ryan is a solid 30-year-old goalkeeper who will take part in his third appointment after Brazil 2014 and Russia 2018.

As a field player, 26-year-old midfielder Ajdin Herstik joined Italy’s Hellas Verona this season after playing for two years at Eintracht Frankfurt, Germany, with whom he celebrated the 2021–22 Europa League.

Graham Arnold, 59, former defender of the “Australian” team, took over as coach after the last World Cup, marking a resume, almost entirely, a past for clubs and youth teams in Australia. was.

In his call this year, the coach called on Uruguay nationalized Australian striker Bruno Forneroli (34), who had a judicious stint at San Lorenzo de Almagro in 2009.

Australia, ranked 38 in the latest FIFA rankings, will face the tough challenge of making their debut against world champions FranceTuesday 22 at 4:00 pm at Doha Education City Stadium.

The second match of Group D will be against Tunisia on Saturday 26th at Al Yanub Stadium and the last match against Denmark will be on the same stage on Wednesday 30th at 12:00.

They also shared their territory in Russia 2018 with two of the same rivals, France and Denmark.

Moving on to the Round of 16, something he could achieve in his last five appearances in Germany 2006 would be considered a real achievement. For a team that runs with its European opponents in mind.

Australian team’s world cup summary

Summary of the performance of the Australian national team in the history of the FIFA World Cup.

*Partnership: 5
*Historical position: 49th
* Match: J16 – G2 – E4 – P10
*Best Performance: 14th (1974).
* Worst performance: 30th (2014 and 2018).
* Top Scorer: Tim Cahill with 5 goals.
* Highest attendance: Mark Bresciano and Tim Cahill with 9 games each.

Partnership Details

Uruguay ’30: Did not participate.
Italy ’34: did not participate.
France ’38: did not participate.
Brazil ’50: Did not participate.
Switzerland ’54: did not participate.
Sweden ’58: did not participate.
Chile ’62: Did not participate.
England ’66: Did not participate.
Mexico ’70: Did not participate.
Germany ’74: 14th (1st round).
Argentina ’78: Did not participate.
Spain ’82: Did not participate.
Mexico ’86: Did not participate.
Italy ’90: Did not participate.
United States ’94: Did not participate.
France ’98: did not participate.
Korea-Japan 2002: did not participate.
Germany 2006: 16th (round of 16).
South Africa 2010: 21st (1st round).
Brazil 2014: 30th (1st round)
Russia 2018: 30th (1st round).

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