Do the Socceroos stand a chance against Argentina in Sunday's do-or-die clash? SBS's Ben Lewis waded deep into 'enemy territory' at Souq Waqif in Doha to find out what they reckon. Read more:
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Socceroos Nothing is imposible!! Lets gooo Socceroos Socceroos Socceroos Yes Socceroos Correction: We misheard Ben Lewis. He says: 'This is just a fraction of what the Socceroos will have to put up with during the match… it’s thought there are 35,000 Argentinians here in Qatar.” Socceroos Its arguable that the Pumas First XV are almost as good, as our current Wallabies.......soooooo......it's possible we can field an 11 that can compete in a similar vein in a different sport 🤗🙏
Socceroos Argentina 8.... Australia 0 Socceroos Who would dare say no after the many tirades about those who didn't think Socceroos could beat Denmark? Does anybody get so lambasted when they say Australia will win & don't? SBSNews SBSSportau auspol QatarWorldCup2022 FIFAWorldCup abcsport thefrontbar7
FIFA World Cup: Socceroos unite Australia ahead of Argentina clashThree huge upsets have punctuated this World Cup: Saudi Arabia over Argentina, Japan over Germany and the Socceroos’ victory for the ages over Denmark. Now we have Japan defeating Spain to add to this impressive list. Japan beating Spain was not a huge upset?
FIFA World Cup: Socceroos unite Australia ahead of Argentina clashThey came with humble hopes and began with a thrashing from France, but the Socceroos now are the talk of the World Cup.
World Cup LIVE: Early goals put Spain, Germany in box seat; world No.2 Belgium outTwo of the World Cup’s most recent champions are in action on the penultimate day of group stage matches in Qatar. Anyone who watches football would know this Belgium team shouldn’t even be in the top 10 in the world let alone number 2. It’s no surprise they’re out.
This week's news quiz has a World Cup protest, fashion controversies, and thousands of bare backsidesIt's been another spicy week of news. Let's put your knowledge to the test.
Croatia 0-0 Belgium: World Cup 2022 – as it happenedBelgium went out of the tournament at the group stage after the substitute Romelu Lukaku missed a series of late chances
States open up live sites for Socceroos' next World Cup matchIt comes as prime minister Anthony Albanese said Australians 'might' get a public holiday if the Socceroos win the World Cup in Qatar. 9News Just like dropping power prices🤦♂️ Well the chance of that happening is the same as winning the powerball It's worse than saying nothing.