Australia's Asian Cup hero Massimo Luongo was among the goals again for Swindon Town on Wednesday (AEDT) but there’s more injury concerns for talented Socceroo defender Curtis Good.
Luongo took his impressive Socceroos form back to his club football, scoring with a powerful long-range effort in Swindon’s 2-1 loss to Oldham Athletic.
With his side trailing 2-0, Luongo picked up the ball in midfield and ran at a retreating defence before his skidding shot found the bottom corner.
Unfortunately for the League One high-flyers it wasn’t enough to inspire a fight-back but Luongo continues to flourish after playing a key role in Australia’s Asian Cup triumph last month.
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