Australia has qualified for their fifth consecutive World Cup 2022 Scored 5-4 Penalty shootout win against Peru in Doha Qatar
Two giants of CONMEBOL battle for a place in the World Cup 2022 in Qatar. Peru will host Australia at the Estadio Nacional in Lima. Follow the FIFA World Cup 2022 Qualifiers from Peru vs. Australia match live.
Australia has qualified for their fifth consecutive World Cup with an extraordinary 5-4 penalty shootout win after a 0-0 draw against Peru in Doha Qatar. "The Socceroos have done it. We qualified for the fifth consecutive World Cup," Postecoglou said.
The Socceroos and the team from Peru will go head to head on Wednesday in a special game that gives one of them a chance to appear at this year's World Cup. This is not an easy battle as both teams have been competing in the world rankings for quite some time now, with countless matches against other formidable sides like Iran, Japan, and the USA.
The Socceroos will battle it out with the Peruvians for a spot at this year's FIFA World Cup. The two teams will be playing against each other in an exciting intercontinental playoff from Doha, Qatar.
This next match is sure to be a challenge, as the South American squad are documented experts in this area and have previously done battle against Australia, who were also members of one of their groups in the 2018 World Cup.
Australia VS Peru Qatar World Cup 2022 New updates live score 5-4 on penalties
the performance of the Australian ‘Socceroos’ side has been very well documented during their run of World Cup Qualifying. The third round will see them enter a group with Croatia, Jordan, and Tajikistan.
If Australia beats Peru in their intercontinental playoff match on Monday, they will qualify for the 2022 World Cup. The Socceroos booking their tickets to their fifth World Cup would not be particularly surprising given that they are the only team from Oceania who entered qualification as one of Asia's third-place teams.
Peru, meanwhile, won't be heading to back-to-back World Cups due to not even getting out of South America's qualification phase this time around (they finished in sixth place).
The key to Australia sealing their spot lies in whether or not Mile Jedinak is able to play. If he does and Ernie Merrick continues with deploying him as a deep-lying playmaker, it could help nullify Peru's biggest threat in star striker Paolo Guerrero.