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Jedinak sends Socceroos to Russian Federation

15 November 2017, 02:20 | Henrietta Morgan

Jedinak celebrates with as much relief as passion after scoring his second goal for Australia in the do-or-die play-off match

Jedinak celebrates with as much relief as passion after scoring his second goal for Australia in the do-or-die play-off match

Australian midfielder Mark Milligan has declared qualification for a fourth consecutive World Cup as "extremely special" after a 3-1 win over Honduras on Wednesday night.

The Aston Villa midfielder benefited from a big slice of luck on 54 minutes as his free-kick took a huge deflection off Henry Figueroa.

Honduras, who had been held to a 0-0 draw in the home leg last week, had been bidding for a third successive World Cup appearance but offered little in attack until Alberth Elis's stoppage-time goal earned the visitors some scant consolation.

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Australia had missed out on automatic qualification for next summer's finals after finishing behind Asian Football Confederation rivals Japan and Saudi Arabia, and so went into a regional play-off where they ended Syria's hopes of advancing further towards Russian Federation. However his first, a deflected free-kick, was later awarded as an own goal.

Late in the first half, Aziz Behich picked out Tom Rogic, but the Celtic midfielder could not get enough power on his shot to trouble Escober.

Mile Jedinak had missed the Confederations Cup and every worldwide game since due to injury, but when the time his country most needed him came around, he fought tooth and nail to get back into the Socceroos side in time for the first leg against Honduras.

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Despite going behind, they knew an away goal without reply would take them through if they denied Australia any more goals.

The 77,060 crowd had barely retaken their seats when Cahill nearly doubled the lead with a header from the edge of the penalty area that landed on Escober's crossbar.

Jedinak then drilled in penalties after a handball by Bryan Acosta and foul by Johnny Palacios to seal victory.

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