Milligan celebrates his goal.
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Australia captain Mark Milligan converted a second-half penalty in Thursday's 1-1 draw with Cameroon in Saint Petersburg that left both teams heading for an early Confederations Cup exit.Cameroon midfielder Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa scored with a superb flick on the stroke of halftime, but Milligan slotted home a spot-kick on 60 minutes as both sides picked up their first point in Group B.Matt Ryan then held a shot from Cameroon skipper Benjamin Moukandjo following a deft back-heel from Vincent Aboubakar, but the opening goal was worth the wait.It was the fourth match the Socceroos had conceded a goal either in the first or final minute of a half.
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