Australia defied naysayers to put in a battling performance against Chile in their opening game at the 2014 World Cup, but coach Ange Postecoglou will still be left with several selection decisions to make ahead of their second clash against Netherlands.
The Socceroos went two goals down early to the South Americans and appeared somewhat overwhelmed, but they managed to fight their way back into the contest.
Perennial hero Tim Cahill led the charge with a headed goal before half-time, and then the Australians put their illustrious counterparts under a great deal of pressure in the second term as they pushed for an equaliser.
That second goal never came, and Chile struck a third goal late on, but the Socceroos can take some heart from their overall display.
Here are four selection dilemmas Postecoglou has to ponder ahead of the next match.