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Australia Paul OKON

(05/04/1972)

Record at FIFA Tournaments
TournamentsEditionsMPWDLGFGAY2YCR
FIFA U-20 World Cup Final1991632110000
FIFA Confederations Cup2001420200100
Olympic Football Tournament Final1992520300000
FIFA World Cup™ Qualifier1994, 2002530200100
FIFA U-20 World Cup
EditionVenueDateMatchStage
1991Porto 29/06/1991Australia AUS1:1 a.e.t. (1:1, 0:1) 4:5 PSOURS Soviet UnionMatch for third place
1991Lisbon 26/06/1991Portugal POR1:0 (1:0)AUS AustraliaSemi-finals
1991Braga 23/06/1991Australia AUS1:1 a.e.t. (1:1, 1:0) 5:4 PSOSYR SyriaQuarter-finals
1991Guimaraes 20/06/1991Australia AUS1:0 (1:0)EGY EgyptFirst stage
1991Braga 18/06/1991Australia AUS1:0 (1:0)URS Soviet UnionFirst stage
1991Braga 15/06/1991Trinidad and Tobago TRI0:2 (0:0)AUS AustraliaFirst stage
FIFA Confederations Cup
EditionVenueDateMatchStage
2001Yokohama 07/06/2001Japan JPN1:0 (1:0)AUS AustraliaSemi-finals
2001Suwon 03/06/2001Korea Republic KOR1:0 (1:0)AUS Australia
2001Daegu 01/06/2001Australia AUS1:0 (0:0)FRA France
2001Suwon 30/05/2001Mexico MEX0:2 (0:1)AUS Australia
Men's Olympic Football Tournament
EditionVenueDateMatchStage
1992Barcelona 07/08/1992Australia AUS0:1 (0:1)GHA GhanaBronze medal match
1992Barcelona 05/08/1992Poland POL6:1 (2:1)AUS AustraliaSemi-finals
1992Barcelona 02/08/1992Sweden SWE1:2 (0:1)AUS AustraliaQuarter-finals
1992Sabadell 30/07/1992Denmark DEN0:3 (0:1)AUS AustraliaGroup matches
1992Sabadell 26/07/1992Ghana GHA3:1 (1:0)AUS AustraliaGroup matches
FIFA World Cup™ Qualifiers
EditionVenueDateMatchStage
2002Montevideo 25/11/2001Uruguay URU3:0 (1:0)AUS AustraliaPlay-off
2002Melbourne 20/11/2001Australia AUS1:0 (0:0)URU UruguayPlay-off
2002Sydney 24/06/2001Australia AUS4:1 (2:1)NZL New ZealandPlay-off
2002Wellington 20/06/2001New Zealand NZL0:2 (0:1)AUS AustraliaPlay-off
1994Edmonton 31/07/1993Canada CAN2:1 (0:1)AUS AustraliaPlay-Off OFC/CONCACAF

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  •  Head coach Paul Okon (L) and midfielder Daniel De Silva (R) of Autralia and former Australian national player Craig Moore
  • Head coach Paul Okon (L) and midfielder Daniel De Silva (R) of Autralia and former player Craig Moore
  • Head coach Paul Okon of Australia