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There were few positives to take from Australia's penalty shootout win over Uzbekistan, but their Asian Cup hopes remain alive thanks to Mat Ryan.
Maty Ryan earned champions Australia a quarterfinal place in the Asian Cup on Monday as he made two saves in a shootout to see off Uzbekistan.
Socceroos left-back Aziz Behich is revelling in the attacking emphasis of the team under coach Graham Arnold.
The group stage of the 2019 Asian Cup is over, but there have been plenty of talking points from the competition so far. Here are five things.
Mathew Leckie is back in full training and his impending return of is set to deliver a massive boost to Australia's Asian Cup campaign.
The Matildas winger was felled while contesting a header for Portland in the U.S. in August and doubted at first whether she would ever walk again.
Japan are out to win their group in the Asian Cup, but not due to any fear of meeting defending champions Australia in the knockout stage.
Socceroos coach Graham Arnold remains hopeful attacker Andrew Nabbout will still feature in Australia's Asian Cup campaign.
It was not a pretty display at the back and a last-minute winner was needed, but the Socceroos are through to the last 16 of the Asian Cup.
For a long time Chris Ikonomidis has been a highly rated prospect in Australian football -- now the 23-year-old is delivering on that potential.
For a team tipped to struggle for goals, Australia's strikers showed their worth against Palestine in Dubai on Friday.
Socceroo Milos Degenek has signed a three-and-a-half year deal with Saudi Arabian powerhouse club Al Hilal.
Australia's Asian Cup campaign is finally under way after a comfortable 3-0 win over Palestine in Dubai.
Tom Rogic is a doubt for Australia's second Asian Cup group game against Palestine on Friday due to a hand injury, Rene Meulensteen has said.
Socceroos assistant coach Rene Meulensteen insists that Australia must adapt to the defensive style of their Asian Cup opponents.
Jamie Maclaren struggled as Australia started their Asian Cup title defence in their worst possible way with a shock 1-0 defeat to Jordan on Sunday.
Defending AFC Asian Cup champions Australia were beaten 1-0 by Jordan in their opening group match of the 2019 tournament.
The most noticeable difference for the Socceroos from the loss to Jordan last Sunday was the quality of delivery as Chris Ikonomidis impressed.
While the newly-expanded Asian Cup format will have 24 teams, expect to see one of the traditional powerhouses lift the trophy in Abu Dhabi.
Australia's Asian Cup squad has several big names missing but the Socceroos are still expected to mount a challenge to retain the trophy.
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