Sydney FC goalkeeper and Australia’s hero in the playoffs against Peru, Andrew Redmayne, once again led his team to victory in a penalty shootout.

Andrew RedmayneThe charismatic goalkeeper, who qualified Australia for Qatar 2022 by becoming a hero in the penalty shootout against Peru, did his job once again. And he is the goalkeeper of Sydney FC He used his dance again to distract his rivals and was a hero in his team’s classification. Up to 16 of the National Cup.

Within the framework of the Cup match between the Sky-Blue team and the Central Coast Mariners, which ended in a 3–3 draw, the 33-year-old footballer once again excelled in the twelve-stage definition and won for his club. With the score 3-1 in the shootout.

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However, one of the best moments of the said definition was during the first pitch after the opponent kicker Jason Cummings Inciting Redmayne to dance, just as he did in front of Inca artists. What was the goalkeeper’s reaction? He listened to her and after his brief dance steps, he chose the right side of the target like his opponent.

Sev caused an uproar in the national team, which celebrated furiously with his fans, and then poked fun at the unfortunate kicker on his face.

A new show from Redmayne, who despite being in doubt for the 2022 Qatar World Cup due to possible technical decisions, makes him a hero again and allows Sydney FC to survive the Australian Cup.