Friday, 8 November 2013
Australia 2006 - No.9 Viduka.
Mark Viduka began captaining the Australian national team in September 2005, in place of the injured Craig Moore, the regular captain. Viduka thrived under Guus Hiddink's tenure as coach and led Australia as it qualified for the 2006 FIFA World Cup in Germany over a two-leg qualifier against Uruguay, the first time in 32 years that Australia qualified to participate in the event.
On 21 May 2006, he was named as the Australian captain for the World Cup in Germany and led the 'Socceroos' to their first World Cup Finals victory with a 3–1 win over Japan.
In 43 appearances 'Duks' scored 11 times for Australia and retired in 2009.
An intelligent centre forward, he was a typical number 9 and had ability in all elements of the game.
Viduka made a name for himself playing in the English Premier league with Middlesborough, Newcastle Utd and most notably Leeds Utd. Hero worshipped at Leeds he will be forever remembered for scoring all 4 goals as Leeds beat Liverpool 4-3 at Elland Road.
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