Men's Final Summary: IFCPF Asia Oceania Championships

Iran took out gold, the CommBank Pararoos finished second, and Japan finished third at the IFCPF Asia Oceania Championships.

Read a summary of the games below.

Undefeated is Forever

Men's Third Place Play-Off: Thailand 0 - 3 Japan

Goalscorers: Toda Tetsuya (27'), Hiroto Kageyama (60+1'), Tatsuhiro Ura (60+4').

This promised to be an even game and that certainly proved to be the case, with Japan not secure in the result until goals in stoppage time secured the result.

A first-half goal from Toda Tetsuya opened the scoring for the team in blue. Thailand pushed forward in search of an equaliser but eventually stretched themselves too far, leading to the late goals for Japan.

While Thailand will be disappointed to finish the tournament without a medal, both teams were fantastic throughout, and it showed in the even contest.

You can watch a replay of the game here.

Thailand: 1. Aphiwat Saito, 5. Attan Tahe, 6. Siwadol Srisuwun, 10. Sukhitkun Bunsing, 11. Phonpipat Nampaksa, 12. Chanatip Deeman, 13. Nimitr Kaisakaew

Substitutes not used: 2. Bannasak Nuepho, 3. Aphiwat Butthaisong, 4. Thanachok Sirivat, 7. Glaharn Nattapong, 8. Paisan Saechao, 9. Nattaphon Boonmeema, 14. Anuchi Tata

Japan: 1. Hideyuki Yanagi, 2. Kenichiro Akahage, 3. Tetsuya Toda, 5. Ryosuke Miura, 8. Tatsuhiro Ura, 10. Yoshiki Kubo, 11. Hiroto Kageyama

Substitutes not used: 4. Hiroki Kameno, 6. Toya Mori, 7. Tomohisa Ono, 9. Yamato Motonakano, 12. Naoyoshi Henry Kagayama, 13. Riku Kono, 14. Taisei Taniguchi

Men's Final: Iran 2 - 0 CommBank Pararoos

Goalscorers: 7. Moslem Mehrabian (19'), 10. Abbas Torabi (38')

The CommBank Pararoos fought like lions in front of their home crowd but in the end, Iran were too strong.

A wonderfully worked goal scored by Moslem Mehrabian in the first half opened the scoring. They could have scored more if not for some fantastic saves from Australian goalkeeper David Barber, and desperate defensive work from the CommBank Pararoos.

An Abbas Torabi header in the second-half sealed it for Iran. It was a professional performance from the world no3 side, and they thoroughly deserved their victory.

You can watch a replay of the game here.

Iran: 6. Benham Arandi, 7. Moslem Mehrabian, 8. Hassan Safari, 9. Shamseddin Shahbazikeivanani (5. Mahdi Shokoohi Movaffagh 47'), 10. Abbas Torabi, 11. Amin Rezaeibezminabadi, 12. Vahid Navvab

Substitutes not used: 1. Babak Safarikourabbasloo, 2. Yaser Rostami, 3. Hadi Khosheghbal, 4. Shahab Rahimikandoleh, 13. Amir Mahdi Rahim Abadi, 14. Amirhossein Ghorbani

Australia: 2. Benjamin Roche (14. Augustine Murphy 47'), 3. Kaylan Van Heer, 4. Alessandro La Verghetta (9. Luc Launder 47'), 5. Daniel Campbell (11. Jeremy Boyce 57'), 7. David Barber, 10. Connor Bunce, 13. Taj Lynch

Substitutes not used: 1. Christian Tsangas, 6. Joshua Beekes, 8. Christian Bitsikas, 12. Benjamin Sutton.

CommBank ParaMatildas Georgia Beikoff, Karina Grigorian and Tamsin Colley hold up signs supporting CommBank Pararoos