The Socceroos crashed out of the Asian Cup in a quarter-final defeat to South Korea on Saturday morning (AEDT).
Wide World of Sports has rated the Australian players after the 2-1 loss.
Mathew Ryan (7.5)
Solid handling and distribution throughout the contest, was brave when he came out to smother from Lee Jae-sung in the second half and came up with a big double save in the first half of extra time.
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Nathaniel Atkinson (7)
Defensively solid and looked to push on and get involved in the attack. Set up the opening goal for Craig Goodwin with a lovely floated cross.
Kyle Rowles (7)
Strong and composed defensively alongside Harry Souttar and prevented the South Korean attack clear chances despite soaking up heavy pressure, particularly in the second half.
Harry Souttar (7)
Strong in the air and provided some crucial blocks and tackles. Was pushed up front in the second half of extra time to provide a physical presence for Australia.
Aziz Behich (6.5)
Defensively sound and showed some lovely touches while providing his usual energy out wide.
Connor Metcalfe (5.5)
Missed a glorious chance in the first half as he fluffed his lines from a parried Goodwin shot. Looked to push forward when the opportunity presented itself to support in attack.
Keanu Baccus (6.5)
Sloppy in possession early on but worked tirelessly to help protect Australia’s defensive line and did a commendable job on Son Heung-min.
Jackson Irvine (6)
Struggled for touches in the first half, but worked himself into the game with some neat passes while performing his defensive duties diligently.
Martin Boyle (5)
Struggled to involve himself and saw his free header parried away after connecting onto Goodwin cross in the second half.
Mitchell Duke (6)
Dropped in to help defensively and worked hard up front, missed a couple of golden chances in the second half as he blasted a volley over from a parried shot and a diving header wide late on.
Craig Goodwin (8)
Was Australia’s biggest attacking threat as he opened the scoring with a crisp volley and set up another chance for Boyle in the second half, who failed to capitalise from his whipped cross which would have doubled Australia’s lead.
Riley McGree (3)
Brought on to provide fresh legs in midfield, but struggled to involve himself as Australia soaked up Korean pressure.
Aiden O’Neill (3)
Introduced as Australia’s midfield tired but was sent off in the second half of extra time after a robust challenge.
Jordan Bos (4)
Set up a late chance for Duke after a swift Australian counterattack deep into the second half.
Lewis Miller (2)
Gave the penalty away in second half of stoppage time after bringing Son Heung-min down, as well as the free kick which led to Korea’s second goal in extra time.
Cameron Burgess (N/A)
Bruno Fornaroli (N/A)