‘Australia’s togetherness and tenacity’ – The scenes after Denmark win | World Cup | BBC Sport

'australia's togetherness and tenacity' - the scenes after denmark win | world cup | bbc sport

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BBC Match of the Day pundits Jermaine Jenas and Micah Richards analyse Australia’s “togetherness and tenacity” and look at their tactics and the scenes in the stadium and celebrations back in Australia as the Socceroos beat Denmark 1-0 to make the World Cup knockout stages.

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