Australia have booked their spot in the next round of the World Cup after stunning Denmark 1-0 on Wednesday and the scenes down under look WILD.
Mathew Leckie scored the only goal in the second half of their Group D clash as Australia qualified for the last 16.
The 31-year-old forward produced a moment of magic on the hour mark as he slotted home with a brilliant left-footed finish.
Australia, who lost their World Cup opener to France, advance to the next round of the tournament, having recorded back-to-back wins in Qatar.
They kept their qualification hopes alive after beating Tunisia 1-0, with the Aussies eliminating Denmark from the World Cup following their 1-0 victory at the Al Janoub Stadium.
There were pure limbs on the touchline, led by national team boss Graham Arnold, but it's nothing compared to the scenes back in Australia.
A video shows fans in a state of euphoria, lighting flares as they celebrate the enormous victory.
Thousands of supporters are gathered in a fan park, watching the action unfold on a big screen.
It's just the second time the Socceroos are through to the World Cup last 16, having secured a spot at the same stage in 2006.
Speaking after his side's win, Arnold said: "I'm so proud of the effort by the boys. There was a short turnaround but their effort was incredible.
"A lot of belief and hard work. These boys come in with a great mindset. We've been working on this for the last four/four and a half years about the belief, the energy and the focus. I could see in their eyes, they were ready tonight."
He added: "No celebrations! That's why we won after a great win against Tunisia, no celebrations, no emotion, sleep and no social media."
France top Group D despite losing 1-0 to Tunisia while Australia finish runners-up.
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