A new era began in Melbourne yesterday. A star was made for us on that day.

Australian football blog ‘The Football Wanderer’ reflects on Australia’s opening game of the Asia Cup, which featured Swindon Town’s Massimo Luongo…

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When Kuwait opened the scoring for the 2015 Asian Cup, it seemed to confirm the worst fears of Australian fans. Not to mention my own feeling that my own teams have been in for a bit of a battering of late! But fear not – because what followed was simply beautiful.

Australia have been in very poor form in the last year or two, even the positive vibes of the World Cup did not mask the fact we lost all three games. What followed after the tournament was sufficiently alarming for an enquiry into what’s gone wrong, which I still hold is no fault of Ange Postecoglou. But if Ange is getting it right, it was in evidence last night as Australia responded splendidly to going behind in front of a sell-out crowd.

Even the equaliser by Tim Cahill was simply business as usual, for God knows who or what will…

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