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Germany 3 - 2 Australia: Postecoglou hails courageous Socceroos in Confederations Cup opener
20 June 2017, 10:59 | Erica Roy
With just five minutes remaining before the break, Vargas managed to find himself alone in front of the net at Spartak stadium before some 33,500 fans but his goal was annulled after the Video Assistant Referee ruled offside.
Fresh-faced Germany were made to work harder than expected in their 3-2 victory over Australia in their 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup Group B debut yesterday. We kind of lost the plot a bit but the important thing is we won.
"I'm proud of the boys", he said, "obviously we want to win the game (but there were) just a few key moments there where we conceded goals".
Brandt's fiercely-hit shot from outside the area produced a diving save from Socceroos goalkeeper Maty Ryan, and Australia barely escaped their own half in the opening 30 minutes, but they eventually started to build some momentum.
"It's a loss and the loss falls on me, it's my responsibility".
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