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Australia, Jordan cruise in World Cup qualifiers as Thailand, Japan advance

Tom Rogic and Nathan Burns both scored doubles as the Socceroos thrashed Tajikistan 7-0 in Adelaide.

Australia hammered Tajikistan 7-0 in AFC World Cup qualifying in Ange Postecoglou's biggest win as head coach on Thursday.

The Socceroos went ahead through Massimo Luongo in the second minute, then Mile Jedinak slotted home a penalty in the 13th and went into the break at 2-0.

However, the floodgates opened in the second half as another penalty from Mark Milligan made it 3-0 in the 57th minute and Nathan Burns and Tomas Rogic both netted braces in the latter stages to put a gloss on the scoreline.


Balestier Khalsa's Marko Krajlevic eyes progress in AFC Cup vs. Kitchee

Balestier coach Marko Kraljevic
Marko Kraljevic is confident of his team's chances against Kitchee in the AFC Cup. (Photo credit: S.League)

Balestier Khalsa coach Marko Kraljevic is determined to go one better in the AFC Cup this year, having seen his team exit at the group stages in the last edition.

Drawn into Group F alongside eventual champions Johor Darul Ta'zim (JDT), India's East Bengal and Hong Kong representatives Kitchee, the Tigers' inexperience on the regional stage cost them dearly with a dismal record of one win and five losses -- scoring three and conceding 13 goals in the process.

This year, the Tigers are in Group F...

World Cup qualifying draws against China give Hong Kong reason to dream

Hong Kong vs. China
Hong Kong fans came out in full force to back their heroes in World Cup qualification in 2015.

The last 12 months have been turbulent for Hong Kong, both on and off the pitch, but a pair of scoreless draws have gone close to scuttling China's hopes of making their first appearance at the World Cup finals since 2002.

The two surprise results, home and away, in Russia 2018 qualifying, gave Hong Kong's representative team a big boost, despite relatively meagre resources.

The game continues to suffer from an identity crisis, with the influence of foreign leagues and a lack of quality at home...

 By Jason Dasey

Hong Kong's 2018 World Cup dream boosted by defender Jack Sealy

Hong Kong's two heroic draws against China have been the talk of 2018 AFC World Cup qualifying so far, with South China fullback Jack Sealy among the unlikely heroes.

The former British colony followed up an unlikely 0-0 away result in Shenzhen in September with an identical stalemate last month in front of their own fans at Mong Kok Stadium, as tigerish defence was supplemented by a healthy dose of good fortune.

It means, incredibly, that Hong Kong, sit three points above Alain Perrin's China in...

Tim Cahill hat trick sees Australia ease past Bangladesh in AFC WCQ

Cahill has now scored 45 goals in 88 international games since making his Australia debut in 2004.

Australia's record-scorer Tim Cahill grabbed a first half hat trick as the Asian champions eased to a 4-0 victory over Bangladesh in an AFC 2018 World Cup qualifier in Dhaka on Tuesday night.

Cahill took his Socceroos' tally to 45 goals in 88 international matches as he opened the scoring in the sixth minute with a simple header before adding to his account in the 32nd and 38th minutes.

Captain Mile Jedinak grabbed Australia's fourth goal two minutes before half-time before a more resilient defensive...