World Cup play-off LIVE updates: Socceroos v Peru
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Mooy is next for Australia and his penalty is perfect. Top corner, Australia back to 1-1.
Italian-born striker Gianluca Lapadula goes first for Peru. Redmayne is dancing on the goal line but he doesn’t faze Lapadula, he remains calm and sends Redmayne the wrong way.
Peru lead 1-0
Martin Boyle will take the first penalty, walking up to Pedro Wales. The first penalty is crucial.
Boyle goes left and Wales saves!
Players need to be calm, relaxed, focused and confident in the shoot out. Craig Goodwin will almost certainly take a penalty, given his introduction before full-time, so too Melbourne City striker Jamie MacLaren. Aaron Mooy, Ajdin Hrustic will likely step up to the spot which leaves just one taker left. Awer Mabil? Martin Boyle? Perhaps.
Full-time has sounded over Doha and Australia’s quest to reach a sixth World Cup will be decided by a penalty shoot-out. It’s 0-0 at the end of the match and it’s an outcome Australia has been preparing for throughout extra-time. Graham Arnold kept visibly tired Aaron Mooy on for 120 minutes and made the huge decision to replace first-choice goalkeeper Mat Ryan with Sydney FC’s Andrew Redmayne. The latter has an excellent track record from the spot and experience in shoot-outs but it’s a very brave call.
With penalties looming, Graham Arnold is about to bring Adelaide winger Craig Goodwin on in the final minutes of extra-time and in a shock move, will replace goalkeepers with Andrew Redmayne set to replace Mat Ryan. Goodwin has a solid record from set pieces and comes on for fullback Aziz Behich who is suffering from cramp.
Redmayne is one of the best penalty stoppers in the A-League but has limited experience at international level. Could this gamble get Australia to the World Cup?
Christian Cueva has gone down with cramp and we’ve waited now two-and-a-half minutes for play to resume. Finally, he is stretched off the field and replaced by Alex Valera who is the leading goalscorer in his homeland this season.
Graham Arnold still hasn’t made a change since bringing Fran Karacic on at the start of extra-time.
Australia have been absolutely rattled since the final break with only the post denying Peru from taking the lead late in this match. Edison Flores struck a towering header towards the far post, beating goalkeeper Mat Ryan but not the upright.
The best chance of the game so far. Can Australia regather and respond?
108th min: 0-0.
Peru have missed a great chance to snatch the lead with Christian Cueva pulling his shot wide of goal. Edison Flores set up Cueva for an easy finish inside the box but the attacking midfielder couldn’t find the trajectory to hit the target.
The referee blows for half-time in extra-time and still we are no closer to knowing who will go through to the World Cup. It remains goalless in Doha despite fatigue becoming visible among both sides. Coaches will now start thinking about penalties in their substitutions.