After suffering a 1-0 defeat away to a spirited Oman outfit in November 2011, the Socceroos flew in to Bangkok to tackle Thailand four days later.
Australia knew a victory would secure their passage to the next round of World Cup qualifying but it wouldn’t be easy against a plucky Thai team.
Still in contention to progress, a desperate Thailand threw everything at the Socceroos.
What happened that night? Get the inside story from one of the Socceroos who was involved in the clash, Matthew Spiranovic.
Check out the video above and let the central defender take you through a key clash in the Socceroos' journey to Brazil.
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