Sydney, Australia (EFE) .- Veteran footballer Tim Cahill he said goodbye to the choice of Australia with victory over Lebanon (3-0), in one match played in Stadium ANZ on Sydney.
Tim Cahill, 38, jumped into the field for 82 minutes under the loud cheers of 33,268 fans Socceroos and he was able to participate in the 108th and last meeting with Australia.
It's the first time I cry on a football field and I'm proud, "the historic player admitted."Every time I dressed (my shirt) green and gold I played with my heart, "he added.
First player of his country to score in The world (in Germany 2006) and one of the few who scored in three consecutive World Cup finals (he only misses Russia 2018, in his fourth attendance) farewell with great emotion.
The match had a clear local color. Martin Boyle debuted with Socceroos with double in the first half (m.19 and 41) and Matthew Leakey extended the number after a pause (m.68).