Sports psychology professor explains why Andrew Redmayne’s shootout antics worked for Socceroos

A leading sports psychology professor has broken down why there was a method behind Andrew Redmayne’s madness as he helped the Socceroos qualify for the World Cup after beating Peru in a dramatic penalty shootout.

Taking to Twitter, Norway-based Geir Jordet also revealed Redmayne’s bold tactic of acting as the team’s ‘bodyguard’ before Australia’s penalties was an approach he had never seen previously on the world stage.

Plenty of eyebrows were raised when Redmayne, 33, replaced captain and first choice shot-stopper Mat Ryan in the 119th minute – but it proved to be a masterstroke from coach Graham Arnold.

Redmayne’s almost comical dancing routine on the goal line forced one miss and helped him save another from the stunned Peruvians, ensuring a place in Australian sporting folklore for…

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