Socceroos arrive dwelling with smiles – and Messi’s jersey

Six of Australia’s Socceroos squad arrived dwelling in Sydney on Monday night time, met by household and followers wanting to salute the gamers on their history-making efficiency at Qatar’s World Cup.


Mathew Ryan, Jason Cummings, Cameron Devlin, Garang Kuol, Andrew Redmayne and Daniel Vukovic arrived at Sydney Airport on a Qatar Airways flight simply after 8pm, whereas teammates Jamie Maclaren, Marco Tilio and Thomas Deng touched down in Melbourne earlier within the night.

Family and fans turned up at Sydney Airport on Monday night to welcome back the Socceroos.

Household and followers turned up at Sydney Airport on Monday night time to welcome again the Socceroos.Credit score:Mark Evans/Getty Pictures

Their return to Australian soil makes actual the top of the 26-man crew’s stellar marketing campaign in Doha, that noticed tense clashes with Tunisia, Denmark, and Argentina and defied Australians’ – and their opponents’ – expectations.

“I can’t actually imagine that we’ve finished it,” mirrored Striker Jason Cummings as he arrived dwelling. “I’m simply over the moon.”

Cameron Devlin, one of many six unused substitutes who travelled to Doha final month and later traded his jersey with legend Lionel Messi on the crew’s remaining recreation in opposition to Argentina, stated it was fortunate the jersey made it dwelling after his baggage acquired misplaced.

“I made certain Dad had it on his carry-on, not beneath, simply in case one thing occurred,” he advised reporters, explaining that he took the chance to ask to commerce Messi’s jersey on the finish of the match.

“I went to console all of the boys first after which shook Messi’s hand and nobody had stated something, so I simply tried my luck and he stated ‘I’ll see you inside,’ and that’s what occurred.”

“I positively needed the opposite boys to have the chance first however nobody took it, so I believed, ‘why not?’”

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