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Mitch Duke and Harry Souttar star as Australia beat Tunisia to keep their World Cup campaign alive


Mitchell Duke scored the only goal of the game as Australia beat Tunisia to seal a first World Cup win in 12 years.

The result temporarily vaults the Socceroos up to second in Group D and keeps their hopes of reaching the knockout stages for the first time since 2006 alive.  

Along with the match-winner, Harry Souttar and Aaron Mooy starred for Australia, with the Socceroos controlling the game from the off and managing it brilliantly after going ahead. 

Australia won their first World Cup game in 12 years with a 1-0 win over Tunisia

Australia won their first World Cup game in 12 years with a 1-0 win over Tunisia 

Graham Arnold’s men will face Denmark in their final group game on Wednesday and may only need a draw to go through, if the Danes fail to beat France later today.

Here, Daily Mail Australia takes a look who starred and who flopped for the…



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