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World Cup '98 Qualifying: Playoff, Second Leg Result (Nov. 29)
November 29th, 1997 12AM

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Nov. 29 in Melbourne Australia 2 Iran 2. Goals: Kewell 32, A.Vidmar 48; Bagheri 77, Azizi 80. Australia -- Bosnich, Moore (Arnold, 83), Horvat, Tobin, Lazaridis, Slater (T. Vidmar, 81), Foster, Zelic, A. Vidmar (Tapai, 81), Kewell, Viduka. Iran -- Abedzadeh, Mahdavikia, Khakpour, Payravani, Estili, Bagheri, Shahroodi (Mansourian, 57), Pashazadeh, Saadavi (Tahami, 76, Asadi 87), Azizi, Daei. Att.: n/a. (Aggregate: 3-3; Iran wins on away goals rule and advances to France '98.)


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