• Australia Beats Honduras to Make World Cup

    3 days ago - By NY Times

    Mile Jedinak led Australia into next year's World Cup with a deflected free kick and two penalties in a 3-1 victory.
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  • Australia qualifies for the World Cup, leaving one slot unclaimed

    3 days ago - By The Washington Post

    Socceroos defeat Honduras, 3-1. Plus, U.S. weighing event with World Cup non-qualifiers next summer, MLS key dates, Crystal Dunn and NCAA tournament times.
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  • Jedinak stars as Australia qualifies for 2018 World Cup

    3 days ago - By Boston Herald

    SYDNEY - Mile Jedinak didn't miss when it counted, propelling Australia into next year's World Cup with three goals in Wednesday's 3-1 intercontinental playoff victory over Honduras. The Australia captain was in doubt for the series with a groin injury that had forced him to miss end of the Asian qualifying campaign, when his team narrowly missed out on direct entry to the tournament in Russia.
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  • Australia qualifies for World Cup with 3-1 win over Honduras

    3 days ago - By Boston Herald

    SYDNEY - Mile Jedinak led Australia into next year's World Cup with a deflected free kick and two penalties in Wednesday's 3-1 intercontinental playoff victory over Honduras. Jedinak, who missed the latter stages of Australia's Asian qualifying campaign because of injury, opened the scoring when his free kick curled to the left of the wall and went in off defender Henry Figueroa in the 54th minute, bringing the 77,060 crowd at Sydney's Olympic stadium to life.
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  • Australia qualifies for World Cup with 3-1 win over Honduras

    Australia qualifies for World Cup with 3-1 win over Honduras

    3 days ago - By News OK

    SYDNEY - Mile Jedinak led Australia into next year's World Cup with three goals in Wednesday's 3-1 intercontinental playoff victory over Honduras.
    Jedinak, who missed the latter stages of Australia's Asian qualifying campaign because of injury, opened the scoring with a deflected free kick in the 54th minute, bringing the 77,060 crowd at Sydney's Olympic stadium to life.
    The Australian captain converted from the spot in the 72nd after referee Nestor Pitana penalized Bryan Acosta for a hand ball and calmly slotted home another penalty in the 85th to ensure Australia qualified for its fourth...
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