Ange Postecoglou has divided opinion with his 3-2-4-1 system, but his coaching philosophy is fundamentally about his key principles, not the formation
Manager Ange Postecoglou has taken a Socceroos team used to playing defensively and shaped them into his own image
A video analysis of the key tactical points of the Socceroos new 3-2-4-1 system of play
Australia struggled in the first half, but eventually secured a point in an intense World Cup qualifier.
The Socceroos used the March international break to play two very different friendlies – one against the reigning world champions, Germany, and another against European minnows Macedonia.
Australia recovered from South Korea’s 90th minute equaliser to win the Asian Cup in extra time.
Australia and South Korea meet for the second time in the 2015 Asian Cup, this time with the trophy at stake.
Two goals from two defenders saw Australia cruise through to the final of the Asian Cup.
Tim Cahill scored two spectacular goals to send Australia through to the Asian Cup semi-finals.
South Korea’s third consecutive 1-0 win meant they finished top of Group A ahead of the host nation.
The Socceroos scored four goals for the second game running to ensure a comfortable progression to the quarter finals.
Australia recovered from conceding early on to storm past Kuwait in the opening game of the 2015 Asian Cup.