The hero of Australia and his unusual moves on penalties

IN Peru Ricardo Gareca could not with Australia in the repechage to the World Cup: after a goalless draw in the 90’s of the regulation and the ensuing half-hour overtime, they fell on penalties (5-4) and put an end to their illusion that they were in Qatar. It had a lot to do with Socceroos coach Graham Arnold, who made the specific decision to change the goalkeeper in the minutes before the shot of twelve steps, something that ultimately works for him.


Australia eliminated Peru on penalties.

The end of extra time is approaching, Incumbent President Matthew Ryan has been replaced by three Sydney FC defenders and expert on such finishes. Until then, the change made by DT was striking, but it is not something that has not been seen in other cases. The really unusual thing came later, because the goalkeeper was a real show in the penalties: he put dancing and jumping into every blow of the Peruvians, being in vogue on social media.

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Redmain, the shooter with crazy footsteps, celebrates with his teammates.

Redmain, the shooter with crazy footsteps, celebrates with his teammates.

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In fact, he eventually covered the last shot of Albirroja, that of Alex Valera, stamping the Australians’ ranking for the World Cup in Qatar (she had said “no” to before the wand Luis Advinkula). Although the important thing was that the ocean team competing in the Asian qualifiers won the repechage and left Tigre Gareka and his team empty-handed, All the lightning remained with the hero Redmain and his unusual movements to confuse rivals, something he had done before.

DOOR REDMINE IN THE PENALTY: DANCES AND SHOWS

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