First World Cup Of Australia Since 2010 Is Today

Nov 26, Kathmandu- Australia defeated Tunisia 1-0 in the FIFA World Cup held in Qatar on Saturday and won their first World Cup win since 2010.

Mitchell Duke scored the decisive goal in the 23rd minute to give Australia victory in the match at the Al Janoub Stadium.

Although Tunisia also had a chance to score in the game, Australian defender Harry Souttar and goalkeeper Matt Ryan did not give the Tunisian players a chance to score.

After the first win in Group D, Australia has added 3 points and keeps the possibility of reaching the last 16. Australia lost to France in the first match. On the other hand, Tunisia, who played a draw to Denmark in the first match, after this loss, the possibility of reaching the last 16 has become weak.

The last time Australia beat the European nation Serbia was in the World Cup held in South Africa in 2010. This is Australia's third win in the World Cup. In 2006, Australia played from the Oceania region and defeated the Asian country Japan.

Australia defeated the African nation in this edition of the World Cup.

Australia will now play their final Group D match against Denmark. France and Denmark will play in Group D tonight. Tunisia will play the final match against France.