Van Marwijk picks up first win with Australia

Bert van Marwijk has his first victory as coach of Australia address.

Australia wins Czech republic.

The third friendly under his leadership, against the Czech republic, resulted in a 4-0 win for the Socceroos. Hertha BSC attacker Mathew Leckie was in the Austrian Sankt-Pölten, the large eye-catcher with two goals. In addition, a cross from Milos Degenek by a Czech defender is unhappy in his own goal worked, while Andrew Nabbout his first interlandgoal made. Van Marwijk was clearly impressed by the player of the Japanese Urawa Red Diamonds and left Nabbout for his own debut as coach against Norway debut.

Also against the Czech republic sent Van Marwijk a debutant in the field. The 19-year-old iranian-born Daniel Arzani of Melbourne City in Australia is regarded as a topper in the cap. The big win is a boost for Van Marwijk after the disappointing 4-1 defeat against Norway on his debut and the subsequent 0-0 draw against Colombia. Later this weekend it will be Van Marwijk’s selection of 27 reduced to 23 players.

Australia exercises next week on Saturday in Budapest against Hungary and will travel from there to Russia, where on June 16, the first team contest against France on the program.

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