Socceroo captain Mile Jedinak takes time out to look back on one of the crucial games on the Road to Brazil.
The game in question was the away clash with Jordan in Amman. And what a night that was.
An intimidating atmosphere, questionable decisions and a tough loss for the green and gold.
The whole atmosphere reminded Jedinak of playing his club football in Turkey.
He retells the story of the night in this exclusive ‘Road to Brazil’ interview.
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