After an unbeaten start to their World Cup qualification campaign the Socceroos ventured to Muscat to tackle Oman in November, 2011.
Faced with a difficult travel schedule and an opponent content to sit back and play on the counter attack, it was never going to be an easy assignment.
Oman were determined to make things difficult for the Australians.
What happened that night? Get the inside story from one of the Socceroos who was involved in the game, Luke Wilkshire.
Check out the video above and let the veteran of two World Cups take you through a key clash on the Socceroos' journey to Brazil.
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