Jedinak's incredible week continues as Villa win in Championship
Fresh from leading the Caltex Socceroos to Russia 2018, Mile Jedinak's amazing week has ended with his Aston Villa winning 2-1 away win at QPR overnight.
After arriving back in the UK from Australia just a couple days before the game, Jedinak wasn't used in Steve Bruce's starting 11 for the Championship clash at Loftus Road.
The Socceroos' World Cup captain and hero of the 3-1 playoff win over Honduras on Wednesday night was a late substitute in the win, coming on in the final 10 minutes to help seal a valuable three points.
The win sent Villa to fifth in the Championship and was just the second home defeat for Rangers this season.
Fellow Socceroo Massimo Luongo, the Rangers skipper, played the first half only.
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