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The team now sit in third in the group with one draw from two games, behind France with six points and Denmark with four.

Denmark are now plus one and Australia are minus one. They still need one point to go through to the knockout stage, but will have a tough job in hand as they face France, who are now leading the group with six points on the board.

"We just needed one point, right?", Hareide said. "We sacrificed everything to get the point and take us to the next level".

Denmark vs France was possibly the dullest game to have been played at the tournament so far, and nowhere was this reflected more than the scoreline. "We showed that Peru can play as equal to anyone".

"It wasn't the most exciting game because Denmark wanted a draw", said Deschamps.

Australia's goalkeeper Mathew Ryan and team mates from Autralia's national football team attend a training session at the Park Arena in Sochi on June 25, 2018, on the eve of the Russian Federation 2018 FIFA World Cup Group C football match between Australia and Peru.

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Born in the Bahamas, he moved to the Phoenix area during high school and said most of his family now lives there. If there's a weakness, it's his defense, although he has all the tools to be a quality rim protector given time.

The World Cup victor was also handed a banner pre game showing an image of him during the World Cup in 1990 in Italy.

Trent Sainsbury then headed an Aaron Mooy free kick wide of the post late in the first half as Peru entered the half-time interval with a one-goal lead.

Since day one, van Marwijk has expressed his desire for Australia to become a great team even though they don't have the best players.

The South Americans will have a huge support with them by the Black Sea as they attempt to claim a consolation victory in their first appearance at the World Cup since 1982.

Australia have three yellow cards, Denmark four yellow cards.

Peru could have stretched their advantage on the counter-attack in the latter stages, but a couple of misplaced passes saw the match finish 2-0, with both countries exiting the 2018 World Cup.

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