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Kewell revival drives Australia at Asian Cup

 Australia's player Harry Kewell, celebrates after he scored his goal against Iraq during their AFC Asian Cup quarterfinal soccer match at Al-Sadd Sta...
 Australia's player Harry Kewell, right, is congratulated by a teammate after scoring a goal during their AFC Asian Cup semifinal soccer match between...

Qatar Australia Iraq Asian Cup Soccer

Australia's player Harry Kewell, celebrates after he scored his goal against Iraq during their AFC Asian Cup quarterfinal soccer match at Al-Sadd Sta...

Qatar Australia Uzbekistan Asian Cup Soccer

Australia's player Harry Kewell, right, is congratulated by a teammate after scoring a goal during their AFC Asian Cup semifinal soccer match between...

Harry Kewell already has Champions League and FA Cup medals, but he knows he will never get a better chance than Saturday's Asian Cup final to add an international prize to his collection.
Australia faces Japan in its first final at only its second Asian Cup after joining the Asian fold in 2006.
Kewell says it will be "very hard" for Australia to ever win the World Cup, but it has a "real chance" of winning the Asian Cup.
Kewell has been one of the key players in Australia's march to the final. He has started every game, scored the winner after 117 minutes of the quarterfinal against Iraq and began the goal glut in the 6-0 semifinal win over Uzbekistan.