Australia have scored a 2-1 win over Argentina at the FIFA under-17 World Cup but face a nervous wait to find out if they've advanced to the knockout stage.
The Joeys' victory in the Chilean city of Chillan on Saturday sealed third place in Group C - the so-called pool of death - following a loss to Germany and draw with Mexico.
Only the best four third-placed teams out of the six pools qualify for the round of 16, meaning Australia will have to wait until Sunday's games from Groups E and F are completed before knowing whether they live to fight another day.
Joeys winger Nicholas Panetta grabbed both goals against Argentina, the first in the 25th minute after getting on the end of a well-worked free kick before adding to the lead in the 52nd minute with a 30-metre volley.
The Argentinians got one back through a Tomas Conechny penalty after Charlie Devereux was adjudged to have clipped substitute Lucas Pizzatti in the box.
They almost drew level shortly after, when a solid move was capped off with a header, but was disallowed for offside.