Australia2nd in FIFA World Cup
Graham Arnold lauds the young Socceroos talent that stepped up to the challenge of international football over the last couple weeks.
Cameron Devlin says the heavy shot he took to the head against Ecuador is just part of putting it all on the line playing for the Socceroos.
Australia's post-FIFA World Cup celebration series ended on a sour note after Ecuador flexed their muscles to grab a 2-1 friendly win.
Ecuador come from a goal behind to win 2-1 in Melbourne, having tasted defeat when the two sides met on Friday.
The Socceroos slipped to a 2-1 loss to Ecuador in Melbourne to put a dampener on their first series in Australia since the World Cup.
Socceroos coach Graham Arnold, Bailey Wright, Jackson Irvine and Aziz Behich return to the heartbeat of Australian football fandom during the World Cup.
Australia continued the momentum from their World Cup heroics with a 3-1 win over Ecuador that included Garang Kuol's first international goal.
Australia drew a line under their World Cup exploits and gave a glimpse into the future with an impressive 3-1 win over Ecuador.
Socceroos defender Harry Souttar talks about what went into his successful return from injury, and the support he received from coaching staff.
Tanzanian-born Nestory Irankunda is in line to become the youngest-ever player to suit up for Australia men's national soccer team.
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