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Martin Boyle calls Australia debut 'brilliant' in draw vs. South Korea

Australia's Massimo Luongo scored in the last play of the game as the Socceroos held the Korea Republic 1-1 at Suncorp Stadium.
Australia's Graham Arnold has joked that Mat Ryan owed him from their time together at Central Coast after the shot-stopper pulled off an incredible save against Korea Republic.

It's going to be hard to wipe the smile off Martin Boyle's face for a few days. 

The Scottish-born winger may have only been in Australia for less than a week but he's now Socceroo No. 599 after making his debut for the national team against South Korea on Saturday.

Boyle was given the nod by coach Graham Arnold in the second-half of the friendly at Suncorp Stadium, with a resolute Korean team holding a 1-0 lead.

Adding pace and energy down Australia's right flank, Boyle quickly set about proving...

Australia save draw with South Korea but handed Asian Cup wake up

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Just as they did in the 2015 Asian Cup final, Australia broke South Korean hearts with a late goal.

Massimo Luongo's equaliser in the dying seconds on Saturday night at Suncorp Stadium sealed a dramatic 1-1 draw with the Taeguk Warriors. A spilled shot by South Korean goalkeeper Kim Seung-gyu deep into stoppage time was pounced on by the Socceroos' midfielder, who poked the ball home from close range.

A VAR review upheld the goal, despite Korean protests about possible offside or a foul on Kim, and...

Australia names veteran defender Mark Milligan as new captain

Veteran defender Mark Milligan will lead the Socceroos in next year's Asian Cup after being named as the national team's new captain.

The 33-year-old was confirmed as the replacement for retired midfielder Mile Jedinak by coach Graham Arnold on Saturday.

Milligan will lead the team in Saturday's friendly against South Korea in Brisbane as well as Tuesday's clash with Lebanon in Sydney.

Milligan will also be captain when Australia defend their Asian Cup title in the United Arab Emirates starting...