Nicholas D’Agostino skipped past two defenders before sliding the ball into the bottom corner in the 47th minute at Bangkok’s Rajamangala Stadium overnight to secure Australia’s place at their first Olympic tournament in 12 years. Watch every Hyundai A-League game LIVE & On-Demand on KAYO. New to Kayo? Get your 14-day free trial & start streaming instantly > “It is a moment I am never going to forget, and it wasn’t just me, it was a team performance tonight,” the striker said. “We had to fight right until the end and we know as Australia that we have the fight, the talent, and the courage to do a job. “We wanted to come here and win the tournament and unfortunately it didn’t happen but we’re not taking anything away from the boys tonight, they did a fantastic job, we are through to the Olympics, we can’t be happier.” Nicholas D’Agostino’s second-half strike was enough to secure Australia’s return to the Olympics. Picture: AFPSource:AFP It was the Olyroos’ second chance to qualify for the 2020 games after they missed their first opportunity with a 2-0 loss to South Korea in Wednesday night’s semi-final. Proud coach Graham Arnold said his side worked… Read full this story
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