Olyroos stun Argentina with 2-0 win to start Tokyo Olympics campaign

Olyroos stun Argentina with 2-0 win to start Tokyo Olympics campaign

Australia's men's football team has opened its Olympic account in Tokyo with a 2-0 win over Argentina, which can count itself very unlucky to have had to play half the game with 10 men. Key points: - Lachie Wales and Marco Tilio scored in the 14th and 80th minutes - Argentina midfielder Francisco Ortega received two yellow cards just seconds apart shortly before half-time - Australia is top of group C after Spain and Egypt drew 0-0 The Olyroos scored a goal in each half, and in between Argentina saw midfielder Francisco Ortega sent off when he got his second yellow card for an innocuous collision just before half-time. Referee Srdjan Jovanovic was also happy to hand out cards to the Aussies, with seven yellows being handed to players in green and gold. It could be a problem going forward, but for now the Olyroos are happily on top of group C thanks to their win over the favoured Argentinians, and a 0-0 draw between Spain and Egypt. Coach Graham Arnold declared before the game that his side would "shock …
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