Take a bow, United Arab Emirates.
In a shock that opens up all sorts of possibilities in the Socceroos' World Cup qualifying AFC Group B, the UAE have stunned Saudi Arabia 2-1 to give Australia a huge boost in its hopes to reach the showpiece event in Russia.
Australia, playing old rival Japan, can qualify for Russia 2018 with a game to play if it beats the Blue Samurai in Saitama on Thursday night.
The heavily fancied Saudis — level on points with Australia but with a better goal difference — went ahead through Nawaf al Abed's 20th-minute penalty.
But the game turned when Ali Mabkhout showed an incredible first touch to pluck a cross from out of the air with a high boot, kill it dead before slotting home to level the scores.
The winner was even more eye-catching.
Ahmed Khalil went for the spectacular, turning his man emphatically before smashing home a belting goal from long range.
The win keeps UAE's slim hopes of nabbing third place in Group B alive, which would pit it against Group A's third-placed team before the winner takes on North America's fourth-placed finisher.
A draw for Australia would also strengthen Australia's qualifying hopes, leaving Japan and the Socceroos on 18 and 17 points respectively with a game to play, ahead of Saudi Arabia on 16.
Australia would then need to beat bottom-placed Thailand in Melbourne next month, while Japan and the Saudis battle it out for the final outright qualifying spot.
A win for Japan over Saudi Arabia would then keep UAE in with a slim hope of matching the Saudis' points haul of 16, with goal difference becoming the deciding factor in who finishes third.