Australia is more accurate than defeating Peru in the penalty shootout 5-4 after a 120-minute draw. Failing to draw 0-0 to qualify for the 2022 World Cup final in Qatar. At the end of this year was successful
The 2022 World Cup qualifiers play-off round will be played at the Ahmed Bin Ali Stadium. Qatar on Monday June 13 2022 as Australia faces off against the United Arab Emirates. 2-1 in the Asia qualifier round 4 meet Peru finished 5th in the South America qualifier. The winner will receive a ticket to the final round at the end of this year immediately.
It turns out that over the course of 90 minutes. The chances of getting goals for both teams are very small. Kangaroo shin having 10 chances. But only 2 in the frame. The team from Latin America Had a chance to score 5 times, never entered the box In the end, neither side can score a goal. The UFABET game ended without a score. Having to go to the next 30 minutes of extra time, still can’t do anything. therefore had to decide with a penalty shootout
by the Aussie shin , which has changed The backup goalkeeper , with Andrew Redmayne coming on instead of Matthew Ryan to save a dedicated penalty, and the result was a Socceroos who was more accurate to win 5-4. The 31st ticket to qualify for the 2022 World Cup finals in Qatar. at the end of this year was successful This was his sixth play, following 1974, 2006, 2010, 2014 and 2018.
In the first five target duel, Australia and Peru failed to hit one side each, with Martin Boyle hitting the save and Louis Advingula, who shot into the left post, making it a 4 draw. -4 had to win the 6th person, Ever Mabil of the team from the Asian zone, shot in while Alex Balera, the representative from the Americas zone, shot to save Andrew Redmayne, Aussie goalkeeper
Australia will go into Group D alongside 2018 reigning champions France , Denmark and Tunisia, who have previously drawn. The fixtures will take place against Kai on 22 November, followed by Eagles of Carthage on 26 November and against Dairy in the final group stage on 30 November.