Australia regularly defeated 10 Nepal 3-0 in the third stage of the 2022 World Cup qualifying format in Asia.
After an overwhelming victory over hosts Kuwait and Chinese Thai Pai, boss Graham Arnold made another change at the Jaber Al-Ahmad International Stadium, with little difference in results.
Night captain Mathew Leckie gave football an early advantage, and Fran Karačić’s first international goal led Rohit Chand to leave Martin Boyle with a professional foul halftime before. Was doubled.
Boyle finished the goal and closed the top spot in Group B with seven consecutive victories.
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It took Lecky only six minutes to find a breakthrough and met Aziz Behich’s cross on the left back with a strong header.
Calcio enjoyed the 38-minute taste after Lekki skipped a desperate rush from Suman Alyar and returned Brescia to slot home.
When the night in Nepal had another sour turn, Lekki was soon re-engaged and rudely defeated Boyle by Chand, who gave the referee few choices.
Boyle seemed to experience personal disappointment when he botted the free header early in the second half before slicing into the sidenet. However, in the 57th minute, a sublime curling cross from Hibernian teammate Jackson Irvine allowed the 28-year-old to tap in from close range.
– Soccer Sports
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