Brighton goalkeeper Mathew Ryan will be going to next year's World Cup in Russia after helping Australia get past Honduras in their two-legged play-off.
The 25-year-old stopper kept a clean sheet as the Socceroos drew 0-0 in Honduras on Friday and they then won the return leg in Sydney 3-1 this morning.
Aston Villa midfielder Mile Jedinak scored a hat-trick for Australia, with a 20-yard free kick and two penalties, before Honduras replied with a consolation strike in injury-time.
It will be Australia's fourth successive appearance at a World Cup. They will be seeded in pot four for the draw next month.
Albion defender Shane Duffy suffered World Cup play-off heartbreak with Ireland last night as they crashed to a 5-1 defeat at home to Denmark.
Duffy headed Ireland into an early lead but Denmark hit back to reach next year’s World Cup in Russia with a hat-trick from Christian Eriksen, a Cyrus Christie own goal and Nicklas Bendtner penalty.
Ireland had drawn the first leg 0-0 in Denmark on Friday.