Live Match Update - Q U23's v Chinese Taipei

FINAL SCORE: Australia 11 - Chinese Taipei 0

Australia travels to Chinese Taipei for the second leg next Wednesday with a massive 11 goal advantage, Australia obviously holding the upper hand in the two-legged fixture, whose winner progresses to the next (group) stage of the 2008 Olympic games qualifying campaign. signing off from Hindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide.

92' the referee calls a halt to proceedings as the Australian national under 23 teams just fails to reach its record score in all-internationals (12-0 v Vanuatu, 1996), Australia cruising to an 11-0 victory in Rob Baan's first match as Australian coach

90' GOAL AUSTRALIA! its all too easy for the green and goal as Vidosic makes it eleven. Australia 11-0

89' GOAL AUSTRALIA! Dilevski sends a pin-point cross to Sarkies, who gets his fourth goal. Australia 10-0

84' GOAL AUSTRALIA! Sarkies completes his hat-trick after first laying the ball off to Djite, then retrieving it to fire home. Australia 9-0

81' GOAL AUSTRALIA! Cornthwaite, free on the left post, gets the ball directly from a corner to slot it in for his first goal. Australia 8-0

78' GOAL AUSTRALIA! Australia's ninth corner finds its way to Cornthwaite, who blasts into the danger zone, with Topor-Stanley there to notch his second for the game. Australia 7-0

76' Australia relentless in attack, with Djite and then Williams getting shots on goal in the past minute

73' substitute Chinese Taipei: Huang off, Y-T Chen on

72' substitute Australia: Leijer off, Cornthwaite on

68' Chinese Taipei with its best chance of the game: a nice diagonal cross from Chen is met by Huang, whose firm header from 5m makes Vukovic stretch to his left for a neat save

66' Williams gets the ball in the net but is ruled off-side

64' GOAL AUSTRALIA! Sarkies from a free kick 25m out strikes sweetly directly into goal. Australia 6-0

63' substitute Australia: Burns off, Vidosic on

62' GOAL AUSTRALIA! Topor-Stanley ends a nice passage of play started by Dilevski, and again it is involving Djite who assists. Australia 5-0

60' yellow card Chinese Taipei: Tsai

59' Australia gets its seventh corner, from which Williams gets another shot in - the low strike safely scooped up by Lu

58' Broxham - to Williams - shot - just over

55' sub Chinese Taipei: Yu off, C-H Wu on

48' GOAL AUSTRALIA! a delightful shot from Djite, from the corner of the penalty box, goes past the outstretched hands of Lu. Australia 4-0

46' second-half gets underway with Chinese Taipei managing a rare series of passes in Australia's defensive half

half-time substitute for Australia: Broxham on, Musialik off

46'+ referee Nishimura blows the whistle for half-time, with Australia up 3-0

45' GOAL AUSTRALIA! Chinese Taipei keeper Lu cannot handle a fierce shot from Djite, the ball bouncing back to Sarkies who makes no mistake. Australia 3-0

44' Musialik looks to be hobbling a little, would be no surprise to see him off at half time as a precautionary measure

43' corner number four for Australia... cleared by Huang

40' the Aussie assault is briefly halted as Chinese Taipei makes a rare foray into their attacking half

35' the Burns-Djite combination almost makes it 3-0, Djite blasting which smashes off the left post

32' captain Milligan concedes a free 30m out in front of goal... Hseih gets a half-decent low shot in and through the wall but Vukovic stops it no worries

29' Vukovic handles the ball for the first time...

28' Williams crosses to Burns who heads well - but it's another shot which goes just to the left of goal

27' ...Huang's shot goes well over Vukovic's goal

25' Leijer concedes a free kick just outside the penalty box, after bringing down Chang... CT lining up for a shot...

22' Williams weaves a mazy run in the penalty box through the Chinese Taipei defence, almost resulting in a goal... Australia toying with the opposition

19' third corner for Australia, again not cleared by the visitors... Djite eventually gets has shot which goes agonisingly wide

18' despite the early dominance, Australia not really looking like they're out of second gear

15' good cut-out and defensive clearance from Chiang denies Australia another opportunity

13' Williams has a shot from the corner of the penalty box which goes just wide

10' GOAL AUSTRALIA! Djite lays a good through ball to his Adelaide United teammate Burns who, with acres of space, blasts home the second goal of the game from directly in front. 2-0 Australia

7' GOAL AUSTRALIA! Milligan hits true following a short goalmouth scramble which ensued from another Sarkies corner. 1-0 Australia

6' corner Australia - ineffective

5' Australia not having everything their own way as many expected, however there has been a couple of half-chances already for the Aussies

1' an early caution (8 seconds in!): Australia's Topor-Stanley receives a yellow for a crude challenge

Australia kicks-off ------------------------------------------------------ Qantas Under 23's v Chinese Taipei Qualifying Round 1 - 1st Leg Hindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide Kick-off - 7.00pm (ACDT), 7.30pm (AEDT)

Australian line-up: Danny Vukovic (gk); Ruben Zadkovich, Mark Milligan, Adrian Leijer, Nikolai Topor-Stanley, Stuart Musialik, Kristian Sarkies, Spase Dilevski, Nathan Burns, Bruce Djite, David Williams

Subs from: Leigh Broxham, Robert Cornthwaite, Adam D'Apuzzo, Ben Griffin, Ben Kennedy, Vince Lia, Dario Vidosic

Chinese Taipei line-up: Kun-Chi Lu (gk); Sheng-An Tsai, Chih-Hung Yu, Cheng-Tsung Huang, Yu-Lin Chen, Meng-Hsuan Hsieh, Han Chang, Wei-Yi Huang, Yi-Wei Hsu, Kai-Chun Hung

Subs from: Chih-Chang Hsu (gk), Cheng-Hsien Wu, Ming-Han Chiang, Chih-Chi Hung, Hsiang-Yu Hsu

Match officials: Yuichi Nishimura (ref); Hiroshi Tezuka, Yoshikazu Hiroshima (asst refs) - Japan

Conditions: fine