Goalkeeper Andrew Redmayne assured the victory for Australia.
Australia have qualified for the FIFA World Cup 2022 after a penalty shoot-out win against Peru.
The Australian side entered the match after beating the UAE National side in their AFC qualifying play-off.
⚽️ What a campaign – 1008 days and 20 matches (four at home) ✈️
🦘 And what a way to celebrate this week’s 100th anniversary of the national team 🥳 pic.twitter.com/bb3KTLQRfX
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After finishing fifth in South American qualifying, Peru looked to qualify for their second straight World Cup. But Peru failed short of the WC qualification as underdog Socceroos sealed their fifth straight visit to the World Cup.
After the game of 120 minutes in Qatar, both sides settled for a goalless draw and it went into a penalty shootout.
Martin Boyle missed the first penalty for Graham Arnold’s side and goalkeeper Andrew Redmayne assured the victory for Australia. He denied Alex Valera’s effort in the shootout.
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