Australia hit three past China to top Group B Australia have made a perfect start to the next step of World Cup qualifying, defeating China 3-0 at Qatar's Khalifa International Stadium. 9/2/2021 AAP
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An outstanding performance saw Australia get off to the perfect start in Round 3 of FIFA World Cup qualifying, as they registered a 3-0 victory over China PR. A clinical display from the Socceroos saw them get the job done against China PR in Doha on Friday morning (AEST). Goals from Awer Mabil, Martin Boyle and Mitch Duke provided Graham Arnold's side with the perfect platform to begin their final round of Asian FIFA World Cup Qualifiers.
Australia v China PR Date: Thursday, 2 September 2021 Venue: Khalifa International Stadium, Doha, Qatar Kick-off: 9pm local (4am AEST – Friday, 3 September 2021) Broadcast: Live and free in Australia on Channel 10 – pre-game coverage from 3.30am AEST. HOW TO WATCH - Australian audiences HOW TO WATCH - International audiences What they said
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Australia v China PR Date: Thursday, 2 September 2021 Venue: Khalifa International Stadium, Doha, Qatar Kick-off: 9pm local (4am AEST – Friday, 3 September 2021) Broadcast: Live and free in Australia on Channel 10 – pre-game coverage from 3.30am AEST
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Australia started poorly, gifting possession to China repeatedly in the opening 10 minutes. But the rust was shaken off after that as the Socceroos increasingly pushed forward, finding gaps in the ...
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Australia’s home World Cup qualifying game against China on Sept. 2 will instead be played in Qatar, the Asian Football Confederation confirmed Thursday. The change was made “in light of the challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic in Australia and China,” the AFC said, as arrivals into both countries face 14-day quarantines.