Aussies Abroad: Tom Rogic scores his 40th Celtic goal
A handful of Socceroos were in midweek European action overnight with a couple finding themselves on the scoresheet!
Tom Rogic struck his 40th goal in Scotland during a comfortable Celtic victory while Alex Gersbach scored a collector's item to help AGF Aarhus advance to the DBU Pokalen semi-finals.
Rogic broke the deadlock 15 minutes into Celtic's Scottish Premiership fixture away to St Mirren.
The Socceroos midfielder picked up the ball out wide and danced around a couple of defenders before finding the bottom corner with a cool finish.
The score remained 1-0 until the Hoops converted three goals in the last ten minutes, with Rogic setting up Ryan Christie for their third.
Over in Denmark, Alex Gersbach started and scored AGF's second in the 49th minute of a 3-1 cup quarter final win over B 93.
Fellow Aussie Daniel Arzani made his second appearance for the club, producing some bright moments after he was introduced as a second-half substitute.
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Earlier in the week Bailey Wright played another full match for Sunderland in League One as the Black Cats were defeated 2-1 by Shrewsbury.
Meanwhile in China, Aaron Mooy has completed hotel quarantine and is back in training with Shanghai Port FC ahead of the new season.
Following last week's news that Mitch Duke has linked up with the Western Sydney Wanderers, on Monday it was confirmed that another Aussie was returning to the A-League from Saudi Arabia with Craig Goodwin signing on loan for Adelaide United.