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0-0-0, 2nd in AFC Asian Cup
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702dAAP

Oman appoint Pim Verbeek as coach

Former Socceroos boss Pim Verbeek has been confirmed as the new coach of the Oman national team.

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733dESPN staff

Friendlies: South Korea and Japan win

South Korea chalked up a 2-0 home win over Canada as Kim Bo-Kyung and Lee Jeong-Hyeop struck inside the first half hour.

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960dESPN Staff

AFC: China advance, North Korea crash out

China completed a remarkable transformation in their 2018 AFC World Cup qualifying campaign with a 2-0 win over Qatar to advance to the third round.

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965dESPN staff

AFC WCQ: Australia and Jordan both cruise

Australia hammered Tajikistan 7-0 in AFC World Cup qualifying in Ange Postecoglou's biggest win as head coach on Thursday.

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1094dESPN staff

AFC WCQ: Cahill hat trick vs. Bangladesh

Australia's record-scorer Tim Cahill grabbed a first half hat trick as the Asian champions eased to a 4-0 victory over Bangladesh.

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1128dESPN staff

AFC: North Korea, Qatar win to pad leads

North Korea, Qatar, Thailand and Jordan all won on Tuesday to maintain their group leads in the second round of Asian qualifying for the World Cup.

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1133dAssociated Press

AFC: Jordan surprise Australia, Japan win

Jordan scored twice in the second half to upset continental champions Australia 2-0 on Thursday and move to the top of Group B in the second round of

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1325d

Friendlies: Falcao scores in Colombia win

Radamel Falcao scored a penalty as Colombia controlled the second half to defeat Kuwait 3-1 in a friendly in Abu Dhabi on Monday.

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1328dESPN Staff

Dollah: Malaysia need preparation

Malaysia coach Dollah Salleh says his nation will need better preparation for international matches in the wake of Thursday's humiliating 6-0 defeat in the friendly against Oman in Muscat.

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1329dJames Dampney

Friendly: Malaysia routed 6-0 by Oman

Suzuki Cup finalists Malaysia were handed a reality check after an inexperienced line-up fell to a 6-0 defeat to Oman in an international friendly in Muscat on Thursday night.

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1394dRob Brooks

Asian Cup Group A Review

With pre-tournament favourites Australia and South Korea making it through to the 2015 Asian Cup quarterfinals from Group A, Oman and Kuwait showed enough quality that bodes well for the future.

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1398dESPN staff

Asian Cup: Oman claim first win in 11 years

Oman secured their first Asian Cup victory in almost 11 years and third place in Group A in the 2015 edition with a 1-0 victory over Kuwait in Newcastle on Saturday.

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1401dFrancis Leach

Australia set the pace at the Asian Cup

Australia's comprehensive 4-0 win against Oman in the 2015 Asian Cup was their most complete performance since their 6-0 thumping of Uzbekistan in the semifinals of the 2011 tournament. The Socceroos have scored eight times in two Asian Cup matches with eight different goal scorers.

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1402dESPN Staff

Asian Cup: Australia, S.Korea book QF spot

Australia and South Korea progress to the quarterfinals of the Asian Cup from Group A after winning their matches against Oman and Kuwait in Sydney and Canberra respectively.

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1402dESPN staff

Australia hammer Oman to seal QF place

Australia scored three times in the first half to beat Oman 4-0 in Sydney and book their place in the quarterfinals of the 2015 AFC Asian Cup.

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1402dRob Brooks

A new Socceroos leader needs to step up

Without their fearless captain Mile Jedinak to guide them through the middle, the opportunity exists for another Socceroo to step in from the wings to take centre stage...

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1405dESPN Staff

Asian Cup: Wins for S.Korea, China, Uzbeks

South Korea and Uzbekistan register expected wins on day two of the 2015 AFC Asian Cup as China upset three time former champions Saudi Arabia.

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1405dRichard Parkin

Ali Al-Habsi is Oman's giant in goal

It's hard to be unassuming when you stand just shy of two metres tall, but it's a feat performed with aplomb by Oman's goalkeeper and captain, Ali Al-Habsi.

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1405dJohn Duerden

South Korea beat Oman, but struggle

South Korea began their chase for their AFC Asian Cup title in more than half a century with a narrow 1-0 win against Oman in a Group A game in Canberra. Once again, they struggled to put a lesser team to the sword after taking a first-half lead.

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1402dRichard Parkin

Australia end reliance on Cahill in Asian Cup

2011 finalists Australia advanced to the quarterfinals of the Asian Cup after a comfortable 4-0 win against Oman. That all four goals came from open play -- and not from Tim Cahill -- sends a message that the host nation are serious title contenders.

Oman aim to progress from tough Asian Cup group (1:09)