The message was a simple one for the Socceroos' second-leg FIFA World Cup qualifying match against Syria in Sydney on Tuesday night - win or draw and Australia's hopes of heading to Russian Federation in 2018 stay alive.
The Socceroos have edged 10-man Syria 2-1 in extra time to progress to the inter-continental World Cup qualifying play-off after a tense stand-off in Sydney.
"It doesn't matter who we play next".
Tim Cahill scored twice as Australia came from behind to edge past Syria in World Cup qualifying. Latching onto a cross from Hertha Berlin's Mathew Leckie, the 37-year-old planted his header into the bottom corner for his 49th worldwide goal.
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Rogic had several chances to score and played for much of the game.
Those combinations helped put James Troisi into the box to feed Cahill, but his right-footed finish was blocked by a defender's thigh with the goal beckoning.
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Robbie Kruse chipped the ball back into the box after being found by substitute Aaron Mooy and Cahill leapt high above his marker to nod the ball past Alma's despairing dive.
With penalties on the horizon, Syria seemed desperate to hold on.
"I'm proud of everything we have done together and how we can help kids watching to follow their dreams", Cahill said afterwards - a man inspiring those on and off the field.
With the CONCACAF qualifiers coming to their conclusion tonight, Australia and Tim Cahill will not have to wait long before learning their fate.
Australia were given a boost early in extra time as Mahmoud Al Mawas was given a second booking by replacement referee Ilgiz Tantashev, prompting Postecoglou to throw on Tomi Juric to bolster the attack.
Australia midfielder Mark Milligan said the next round will be tough.
The Socceroos will take on one of USA, Honduras or Panama over two legs in November with the victor earning the right the World Cup Finals in Russian Federation next year. If it does, the two games will be Postecoglou's last in charge of the national team.