All Whites v Australia Game 1

Fri Sept. 23rd 2022

The All Whites narrowly lost 1-0 to Australia in Brisbane last night. In an attacking match there was only one goal in a game that saw 24 shots.

The best chance of the half came with Andre de Jong unable to convert a one-on-one. Australia’s goal came in the 33rd minute, through a thunderbolt from Awer Mabil, with the Socceroos closing out a narrow victory in the first leg of the series celebrating a century of trans-Tasman football.

There were many positives to take from the game. The team is looking forward to returning to face the Socceroos on home soil at Eden Park on Sunday 4pm (NZT). Credit. Photosport.

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