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Group D fixtures: Serbia 0-1 Ghana; Serbia 1-0 Germany; Serbia 1-2 Australia
Wednesday 23 June
22:30 So here endeth another of our blogs covering the World Cup Reds. Thanks to everyone who has read and contributed to it, and my colleague Nick Coppack of course, who started the blog before going on annual leave. Commiserations again to all our friends in Serbia, including Rastko Stanisic and Milos Munic. Over and, sorry to say, out.
21:26 Serbia end up bottom of Group D with three points (from the win over Germany) and Australia also go out, finishing in third place with four points.
21:19 Full-time: Serbia 1-2 Australia. Nemanja Vidic's World Cup campaign ends in pain. Commiserations Vida, and to all your team-mates, staff and supporters.
21:17 No! Pantelic misses a great chance, firing over on the counter attack.
21:16 We're in injury time. And Vidic has just had a strong appeal for a penalty turned down after his header struck Cahill's hand. Controversial moment.
21:11 Pantelic scores again! But he's offside. Still 2-1 to Australia, Serbia are still going out.
21:09 Get in! Pantelic, who came on for Zigic after 67 minutes, pulls a goal back after Schwarzer spills a shot from Tosic. Serbia 1-2 Australia with five minutes to go...
21:07 Meanwhile that tennis match is still ongoing... 59-59 in games. OMG.
21:05 Australia have to keep attacking because they trail Ghana on goal difference. Serbia need to score three to turn this around if they're to go through. Should be an open last 10!
21:02 Aargh! Substitute striker Brett Holman runs unchallenged towards the penalty area and lashes a shot past Stojkovic. Serbia 0-2 Australia.
20:54 Oh no, Australia have scored! Cahill has headed home. Serbia 0-1 Australia.
20:53 The revised standings in Group D would put Germany through as winners to face England on Sunday, and Ghana through as