Here's who starred and who looked shaky against the Czech Republic.
Deserved clean sheet for the Aussie shot stopper who didn’t put a foot wrong between the sticks. Some great distribution too.
An energetic and confident performance from the right back, who could’ve just made the spot his own for Russia.
Lack of pace and height left him exposed at times, though he did provide some handy distribution from the back.
Led the team well in the middle of defence. Some good desperation tackles, but did mistime a couple challenges too.
Like Risdon, didn’t stop running and got back when needed. Left back spot his to lose now.
Near faultless performance from the Huddersfield man. More involved in the absence of Mile Jedinak and starred. Got a deserved assist for the Socceroos third.
Played in the shadow of Mooy in the midfield and didn’t assert himself on the game.
One of the last Socceroos to arrive in camp and it showed with Rogic a passenger at times. But when he was involved, showed his class and started the move for the opener.
Two confident finishes and a constant menace down the right.
Got an assist for Australia’s first but didn’t look great on the ball and failed to pull the trigger a number of times in front of goal.
Had a difficult first half playing as a number nine, but didn’t let that phase him and was rewarded for his persistence with his first Socceroos goal. A fine strike, that should cement his spot in the squad for Russia.
Jamie Maclaren, Jackson Irvine, Dimi Petratos and Daniel Arzani all got minutes of the bench but didn't make an impact. Milos Degenek forced the own goal but didn't have a large influence on proceedings.