Captain Mile Jedinak says the Socceroos cannot afford to focus exclusively on dangerman Christian Eriksen looking for the win that could save their World Cup campaign.
Going into the tournament, No. 36 Australia was the lowest-ranked team in Group C with the others all in the top 12. Australia definitely had the Danes' measure in the second-half, with better positioning and more attacking play.
The Danes previously beat Peru, while Australia lost to France.
"We're still in with a sniff", said Jedinak after the game.
Christian Eriksen scored in the opening minutes for Denmark, which has gone unbeaten in 17 straight global matches.
Christian Eriksen wheels away after scoring Denmark's opener.
Once again, Australia's performance did not match the result, a harsh reality of World Cup football that the Socceroos know all too well.
MASSIMO Luongo and Australia's hopes of qualifying for the second round of the World Cup remain in the balance following an entertaining 1-1 draw with Denmark. To make it feel like a little less pressure against France in the last game.
Having clawed their way back into the game, Australia seemed imbued with a renewed sense of belief, surging forward in numbers whenever they could and roared on by the vast array of green and gold clad fans in the Samara Arena.
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"The team had tremendous guts, we just couldn't get ourselves over the line", said defender Trent Sainsbury.
If Australia have a plan in place to deal with Eriksen, who joined Tottenham from Ajax Amsterdam in 2013, then their coach Bert van Marwijk was not letting on in his news conference on Wednesday. "Beside the first 15 minutes we played well, had chances to win and deserved to win so I am disappointed".
"We just need to look at the details".
The Socceroos, meanwhile, went down 2-1 against France in Kazan, so are fighting to keep their World Cup hopes alive.
"When you are at this level and create so many chances against Denmark I must be happy with the number of chances, the only thing we have to do is put the ball in the goal".
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