Monday, December 05, 2022

Penalty awarded Qatar ticket: Australia qualify for World Cup after penalty thriller against Peru

Australia has reached the final of the Football World Cup for the sixth time. A team led by two German giants Ajdin Herstik of Eintracht Frankfurt and Jackson Irvine of FC St. Pauli beat South America’s fifth-placed Peru 5-4 on penalties at the World Cup Stadium on Monday evening after they lost the general. . Play time and overtime were 0-0. Substitute keeper Andrew Redmayne, who came on for captain Matthew Ryan in the 120th minute, became the hero – he saved two penalties with an unusual fudge strategy.


The 32nd and final place will be awarded this Tuesday when New Zealand and Costa Rica also meet at Ar-Ryan’s Ahmed bin Ali Stadium. The winner of this game goes to Group E with Germany, Spain and Japan,

In the first of two intercontinental playoffs at one of the World Cup stadiums, the chances were slim. Irvine’s two attempts to head the ball were also only attempts in the first half. Australia qualified for the decider on Tuesday last week and only came under pressure against Peru in the second half. Christian Cueva hit the side netting after just over an hour, before the Aussie missed the lead through Aziz Behich and Hurstic just before the end of regular time. It went into overtime. And that too ended goalless, with Peru’s Edison Flores hitting the post with the biggest chance.

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