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World Cup: Australia

Aussie pacer Shaun Tait now holds Indian Overseas Citizen passport

Australian fast bowler Shaun Tait took to Twitter to announce that he holds an Overseas Citizen passport. Tait is married to Indian model Mashoom Singha. pic.twitter.com/lpTPubjXjP — Shaun..
DNA

Soccer-Goalscorer Leckie forward to Australia's home run

Australia striker Mathew Leckie is looking forward to getting back on home soil to push for an automatic qualifying spot for next year's World Cup after his header from a corner gave the Socceroos a..
DNA

Videos for World Cup: Australia

News video: Ankur Mittal Wins Double Trap Gold In Acapulco Shotgun WC

Ankur Mittal Wins Double Trap Gold In Acapulco Shotgun WC 01:16

Ankur Mittal improved upon his Silver medal at the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) World Cup New Delhi 2017, in the process avenging his loss to Australian James Willet here, when he..
Source: nnis Sports English -

News video: HAPPY WITH INDIA’S PERFORMANCE, BUT ROOM FOR IMPROVEMENT- NRAI

HAPPY WITH INDIA’S PERFORMANCE, BUT ROOM FOR IMPROVEMENT- NRAI 01:26

India finished the ISSF World Cup with five medals including one Gold, two Silver and two Bronze medals and overall fifth in the medals tally behind table toppers China, Italy, Australia and Japan in..
Source: nnis Sports English -

News video: Sochi's Fisht Olympic Stadium Ready for FIFA 2018 World Cup

Sochi's Fisht Olympic Stadium Ready for FIFA 2018 World Cup 02:21

This gigantic building is called the Fisht Stadium and it's one of the latest large scale construction projects to finish ahead of schedule in preparation for the 2018 World Cup. Located in Sochi's..
Source: Ruptly TV -

News video: Obrigado Brasil - Aussies go out in Style | #EliInBrazil

Obrigado Brasil - Aussies go out in Style | #EliInBrazil 09:18

Eli is in Curitiba to watch the Socceroos' final game at the 2014 FIFA World Cup - Watch the Aussies go out in style. Subscribe to Copa90: http://bit.ly/Copa90Subscribe
Source: Copa90 -

News video: Eli's Aussie Army - Most Passionate Fans at The World Cup! | #EliInBrazil

Eli's Aussie Army - Most Passionate Fans at The World Cup! | #EliInBrazil 08:52

Eli and his Aussie army went to the Australia v Netherlands game - and what a game they witnessed!
Source: Copa90 -

 

Socceroos: Group B results and ladder

socceroos: group b results and ladder
Japan and Saudi Arabia are now three points clear of Australia at the top of the Group B table after overnight World Cup qualification action
Goal.com

Iraq dent Australia World Cup hopes

iraq dent australia world cup hopes
Ahmad Yaseen's second-half equaliser earned Iraq a 1-1 draw with Australia on Thursday in Tehran and left the Socceroos with work to do to reach next year's World Cup.
SuperSport

Mittal clinches double trap gold

Extending his good form, Ankur Mittal clinched the gold medal in the double trap event at the ISSF Shotgun World Cup, pipping his Australian rival James Willet in the final in a world record equalling..
Deccan Herald

Dabao keeps China hopes alive

Marcello Lippi's China stunned South Korea 1-0 in a politically charged World Cup qualifier on Thursday to give themselves a glimmer of hope of reaching next year's tournament in Russia. Yu Dabao..
Deccan Herald

Iraq 1 Australia 1: Socceroos stumble again in qualifying

Australia lost ground in Group B of AFC World Cup qualifying as they were held to a 1-1 draw by Iraq on Thursday. This was a fourth consecutive qualifying stalemate for Ange Postecoglou’s side, who..
SoccerNews.com

ISSF World Cup: Ankur Mittal bags gold in men's double trap

[India], Mar.23 (ANI): Indian shooter Ankur Mittal clinched his first World Cup gold medal by defeating Australian James Willet in the finals of the men's double trap event at the at the
Sify Also reported by •ANI News

ISSF Shotgun World Cup: Ankur Mittal wins double trap gold in Acapulco

Ankur Mittal ended with 75 points out of possible 80 in the six-man final to win India's first medal in the competition while his Australian rival James Willet managed 73.
Zee News Also reported by •DNADeccan Herald

Soccer-Australia striker Cahill survives cut for key qualifiers

Australia coach Ange Postecoglou has dismissed concerns about Tim Cahill's lack of match fitness and selected the veteran striker in his final 23-man squad for crunch World Cup qualifiers against Iraq..
DNA

Arnold backs Grant for Socceroos success

arnold backs grant for socceroos success
The Sky Blues' boss reckons his all-action full-back deserves a chance at international level in Australia's upcoming World Cup qualifiers
Goal.com

Teenager McGree named in Socceroos squad

Teenager Riley McGree was a surprise inclusion in an extended Australia squad for upcoming World Cup qualifiers. McGree, 18, has made just 13 career A-League appearances for Adelaide United and was..
SoccerNews.com

Soccer-Cahill recalled for Australia's crunch World Cup qualifiers

Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou has recalled strikers Tim Cahill and Tomi Juric in a preliminary 30-man squad for this month's crunch World Cup qualifiers against Iraq and United Arab Emirates.
DNA

Ankur Mittal bags silver after mixed team's super show

*Fireworks followed two days of lull with Ankur Mittal clinching the silver medal in a marathon double trap final after the duo of Jitu Rai and Heena Sidhu claimed the top prize in 10m air pistol mixed..
Deccan Herald

Injury-hit teams gear up for final dress rehearsal ahead of World Cup

New Zealand Women defeated rivals Australia 2-1 in the recently concluded three-match T20I series
CricBuzz


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