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 By Jason Dasey

Tom Rogic 'good to play with' for Socceroos - Aaron Mooy

Aaron Mooy breaks down how he hoped to impact their match versus Syria and delves into his partnership with Tom Rogic.

Aaron Mooy says he enjoys playing with Tom Rogic and hopes that the British-based pair can inspire the Socceroos to victory over Honduras in next month's 2018 World Cup playoff.

The two attacking midfielders combined well in Tuesday's 2-1 victory over Syria in the AFC playoff, proving a point to sceptics who say they can't play effectively together.

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Mooy started on the bench, but was thrust into the game in the 11th minute after Brad Smith broke down with a leg injury. It meant that he, Rogic and...

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Ange Postecoglou ready to unleash Tom Rogic on tired Syria defence

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and David Mitchell examine Australia's chances in their second-leg playoff against Syria.
ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and David Mitchell report from Malaysia following Australia's 1-1 draw with Syria.

From an outsider's perspective, the sight of Tom Rogic on the Socceroos bench at Malaysia's Hang Jebat Stadium was an unusual one.

Some fans wondered how one of Australia's most exciting players could possibly be overlooked for the country's biggest World Cup qualifying match in 12 years.

Others suggested coach Ange Postecoglou was chucking a Guus Hiddink, a la Uruguay 2005 and the Harry Kewell effect.

But for those thinking ahead to Tuesday's playoff decider against Syria at ANZ Stadium, Rogic's...

Australia players slam penalty decision that led to draw with Syria

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and David Mitchell examine Australia's chances in their second-leg playoff against Syria.
ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and David Mitchell report from Malaysia following Australia's 1-1 draw with Syria.
Omar Al Somah's 85th minute penalty secured a crucial draw for Syria in their first-leg match against Australia.

Australia players slammed the penalty decision that allowed Syria to secure a 1-1 draw in Thursday's key World Cup qualifying playoff.

Leading 1-0 five minutes from the end of regular time, the Socceroos were on the brink of winning the first leg in Malaysia until Mathew Leckie leapt to compete with Omar Al Soma for a cross into the box.

The contact was enough for Iranian referee Alireza Faghani to point to the spot, much to the chagrin of forward Robbie Kruse and his teammates.

"It was evident to...