Former Dundee attacker Martin Boyle scored his first goals for Australia this morning.
The Hibs forward, who recently elected to represent the country of his father’s birth after failing to catch the eye of Scotland boss Alex McLeish, hit a brace against Lebanon on only his second cap for the Socceroos.
Boyle opened the scoring for the Aussies on 19 minutes in Sydney and found the back of the net again just before half-time.
Mathew Leckie rounded off the scoring on 68 minutes as Australia ran out 3-0 winners in the friendly.
The tie also marked Oz legend Tim Cahill’s 108th and last cap for his country as he retired from international football.
He came off the bench to make his final appearance but before the game delivered a rousing speech and presented new cap Boyle with a signed jersey.
He said: “For you son, I just want to say that this is your new family.
“You’re Australian – be proud and wear this jersey with pride.”