QPR midfielder Massimo Luongo played 45 minutes and gave away a spot-kick on the stroke of half-time as Australia lost 3-2 against Germany.

Germany took the lead through Lars Stindl after just five minutes.

Tommy Rogic equalised for the Socceroos against the run of play on 41 minutes, before Luongo gave away a penalty which Julien Draxler gave the Germans the lead going into the break.

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It was an all-action first 45 minutes, which Luongo was very much in the thick of before being replaced by Robbie Kruse at the break.

Leon Goretzka scored a third for Germany just a few minutes later putting the result firmly in their favour, before Tomi Juric scored a consolation for the Socceroos.

It was a spirited performance from Australia in a game where they were firm underdogs, and they'll take heart from the performance going into their remaining group games.