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    • Australia advance on goal-filled day in Asia
      on June 11, 2021 at 9:00 pm

      Penultimate matchday in AFC World Cup qualifying Round 2 Several decisive encounters took place, including Malaysia-Vietnam and Kuwait-Jordan Australia claimed their ticket to Round 3 with win over Nepal FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ qualifying continued on Friday with another massive matchday as Round 2 heads towards its conclusion. Much remains up for grabs heading into the final matches, with seven group winners advancing (excluding World Cup hosts Qatar), plus the best five runners-up. Iraq and IR Iran both won as they joust in Group C ahead of an exciting showdown between the pair. It is a similar story in Group D for Saudi Arabia and Uzbekistan. In a fascinating Group G, Vietnam and the United Arab Emirates lead the charge. Meanwhile, Australia claimed their ticket to Round 3 with a comfortable win against Nepal. FIFA.com rounds up all the major storylines from today's matches. Asia results Myanmar 1-8 Kyrgyz Republic Philippines 3-0 Guam Cambodia 0-10 IR Iran Nepal 0-3 Australia Hong Kong 0-1 Iraq Malaysia 1-2 Vietnam Indonesia 0-5 United Arab Emirates China PR 5-0 Maldives Afghanistan 1-2 Oman Yemen 0-1 Uzbekistan Singapore 0-3 Saudi Arabia Kuwait 0-0 Jordan 2022 FIFA World Cup Asia Qualifiers: 11 June 2021 Morteza Pouraliganji of IR Iran walks out to the pitch Myanmar v Kyrgyz Republic Myanmar v Kyrgyz Republic Myanmar v Kyrgyz Republic Iran players celebrate after scoring against Cambodia Action from Nepal and Australia match Australia players celebrate after scoring against Nepal Rotana Sor of Cambodia walks out to the pitch Action from Cambodia and IR Iran match Mehdi Taremi of IR Iran celebates a goal against Cambodia Action from Hong Kong and Iraq match Iraq players celebrate after scoring against Hong Kong Coach of Cambodia Keisuke Honda on the touchline China PR vs Maldives, FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 qualifying China PR vs Maldives - Wu Lei runs on to the ball Action from Indonesia and UAE match Ali Mabkhout celebrates after scoring against Indonesia Afganistan vs Oman, FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 qualifying Abdullah Fawaz of Oman celebrates scoring a goal against Afghanistan Singapore vs Saudi Arabia - Ali Hassan Alasmari dribbles the ball Singapore vs Saudi Arabia - Saudi Arabia team huddle Kuwait vs Jordan, FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 qualifying Kuwait vs Jordan, FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 qualifying China PR made it three wins in their last three qualifiers with a resounding 5-0 victory over Maldives in Group A. Li Tie's team have now kept six clean sheets in their last seven Qatar 2022 qualifying matches. Star man Wu Lei has also shown himself to be reliable on the big stage as he now has seven goals this campaign. The Philippines defeated Guam 3-0 earlier in the day to move on to ten points in the group. Australia were the only team to advance to Round 3 today. The Socceroos' 3-0 defeat of ten-man Nepal saw them continue their flawless Round 2 campaign and seal their spot at the top of Group B. Graham Arnold's Australia have now taken the lead within the first 15 minutes of play in all seven of their matches. Kuwait and Jordan closed out the day with a goalless draw in Kuwait City, which means the race for the runners-up spot in the group will be decided on the final day. As anticipated, it will all come down to the final game for Group C leaders Iraq and challengers IR Iran. Iraq extended their unbeaten run in World Cup qualifying to ten matches and held on to edge Hong Kong 1-0 thanks to an early Mohammad Qasim goal, while Team Melli thrashed Keisuke Honda's Cambodia 10-0, following up on IR Iran's 14-0 win over Cambodia back in October 2019. A ticket to the next round will be at stake when IR Iran and Iraq meet on 15 June. It's a near-identical scenario in Group D as Saudi Arabia lead Uzbekistan by two points heading into the two teams' clash on the same day. Saudi Arabia left it late against Singapore, scoring three goals from the 84th-minute onward in a 3-0 win. Herve Renard's side are unbeaten in their last eight World Cup qualifiers and have kept six clean sheets in their last eight games as well. It will be a tall task for Uzbekistan, who edged Yemen 1-0 on Friday, but the White Wolves will be encouraged by the fact they have scored eight goals in their last three World Cup qualifiers without conceding. There was just the one game in Group E, which saw Abdullah Fawaz inspire Oman with a brace in a 2-1 victory over Afghanistan. The win is hugely significant for Branko Ivankovic's side as it strengthens their chances of advancing to the next round as one of the five best runners-up. Kyrgyz Republic made light work of Myanmar in an 8-1 victory in Osaka. Mirlan Murzaev scored a hat-trick to bring the White Falcons level on 10 points with Tajikistan in Group F. However, Tajikistan will be favoured to finish as runners-up as they welcome bottom-of-the-group Myanmar on the final day, while Kyrgyz Republic face group winners Japan. Arguably one of the most fascinating sections is Group G, which will see current runners-up United Arab Emirates (15 points) host leaders Vietnam (17 points) on the final day. Vietnam remain unbeaten in the group thanks to Que Ngoc Hai's late penalty that saw them edge Malaysia 2-1 in Dubai, while Bert van Marwijk's UAE breezed past Indonesia 5-0. UAE's Fabio Lima and Ali Mabkhout both scored braces and continued their fine form. Lima has scored a total of 23 goals in his last 21 matches for club and country, while Mabkhout has notched 25 goals in his last 15 international matches, during which time he has scored five hat-tricks. It's bound to be a fascinating conclusion to Round 2 in Asia. Remaining Asia Round 2 World Cup qualifying matches 13 June Korea Republic-Lebanon 15 June Australia-Jordan Chinese Taipei-Kuwait Tajikistan-Myanmar Japan-Kyrgyz Republic India-Afghanistan Philippines-Maldives IR Iran-Iraq Bahrain-Hong Kong Thailand-Malaysia United Arab Emirates-Vietnam Bangladesh-Oman Saudi Arabia-Uzbekistan Palestine-Yemen China PR-Syria

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    • FIFA delegation to visit FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™ venues in Australia and New Zealand
      on June 10, 2021 at 8:30 pm

      FIFA to visit nine Host Cities and tournament venues from 21 June Visit will be an “important and exciting step” for tournament preparation and planning Next FIFA Women’s World Cup™ to take place from 20 July to 20 August 2023 With just over two years to go until kick-off, preparations for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™ will take an important step forward in Australia and New Zealand this month with a delegation from FIFA set to begin a two-week visit to the host countries. After completing the mandatory quarantine period in the host countries, a FIFA delegation, including experts from key operational areas, will visit the nine Host Cities and ten stadiums in Australia and New Zealand, as well as inspect other potential tournament venues across the two co-hosts. During the two-week visit, FIFA representatives will also meet with key stakeholders and representatives in Australia and New Zealand, including host member associations and local authorities, to discuss preparations and key operational matters for the tournament. Stadium visits – key dates 21 June – Wellington/Te Whanganui-a-Tara (Wellington Stadium)  22 June – Hamilton/Kirikiriroa (Waikato Stadium) 23 June – Auckland/Tāmaki Makaurau (Eden Park) 25 June – Dunedin/Ōtepoti (Dunedin Stadium) 29-30 June – Sydney (Stadium Australia and Sydney Football Stadium) 1 July – Brisbane (Brisbane Stadium) 2 July – Adelaide (Hindmarsh Stadium) 3 July – Perth (Perth Rectangular Stadium) 4 July – Melbourne (Melbourne Rectangular Stadium)  Rhiannon Martin, Head of FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Project – FIFA, said:  “With just over two years to go until the next FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 kicks off, we are excited to be able to visit the nine Host Cities and ten stadiums together with our colleagues in Australia and New Zealand and to see first-hand the ongoing preparations and progress for the tournament.  Following an extensive number of virtual workshops and collaboration with Host Cities and many stakeholders across Australia and New Zealand since the tournament was awarded last year, this visit will be an important step in the overall tournament preparations as well as our aim to organise an incredible FIFA Women’s World Cup with Australia and New Zealand in 2023.” Jane Fernandez, FIFA Chief Operating Officer – Australia, added:  “The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 represents a unique opportunity to reach out to new audiences and inspire the next generation of players across Australia and New Zealand and around the world. With preparations continuing to gather pace in both host countries, the next two weeks will be another important and exciting step for FIFA and the five Host Cities in Australia, as we prepare to welcome the world’s best players and fans in 2023.” Jane Patterson, FIFA Chief Operating Officer – New Zealand, said:  “As the first-ever co-hosted FIFA Women’s World Cup and the first-ever FIFA tournament to be co-hosted across two confederations, 2023 will provide a platform to showcase the very best of women’s sport to players, fans and communities across both host countries and beyond. As well as examining overall preparations, the upcoming visit will provide a valuable opportunity for FIFA to work closely together with Host Cities, stadiums and authorities across New Zealand and progress plans to ensure a lasting legacy is felt from the tournament.” Last month, the FIFA Council approved the establishment of a new FIFA subsidiary to manage the organisation of the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 in Australia and New Zealand. FIFA also recently announced the appointment of Dave Beeche as the CEO of the subsidiary.   Building on the success of the record-breaking 2019 edition, the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 is the ninth edition of the tournament and will be the first edition to feature 32 teams, as unanimously decided by the FIFA Council. It will take place in Australia and New Zealand from 20 July to 20 August 2023.

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      • Living Football | Episode 8 
        on June 10, 2021 at 5:30 pm

        Welcome back to FIFA's new football magazine "Living Football". In the eighth episode, Isha Johansen talks about her rise to the top of football administration. Lithuanian football legend Edgaras Jankauskas looks ahead to the FIFA Futsal World Cup later this year, and FIFA Foundation CEO Youri Djorkaeff reflects on the inaugural Campus event in Armenia.

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