PLAYER RATINGS FOR THE SOCCEROOS v CZECH REPUBLIC
Mat Ryan - 8. Used heavily in distribution, vocal in organising and came up with the goods when required.
Josh Risdon - 8. Went up and back well and signalled out for praise by van Marwijk.
Mark Milligan - 7. Perhaps a surprise to see him at centre-back, improved his composure in the second half.
Trent Sainsbury - 8. Save for one poor moment deep in the first half, the captain cleaned up the Czechs' most deadly efforts.
Aziz Behich - 7. Lively and never stopped looking for a way to be positive going forward.
MATCH REPORT: Leckie scores two in comfortable victory
Aaron Mooy - 8. Clearly the crucial pass-maker under van Marwijk. Not everything worked but key in the big moments.
Massimo Luongo - 7. A great foil to Mooy, the ball carrier was also purposeful in distribution.
Mat Leckie - 9. A menace with and without the ball. Looms as a key threat under the Dutchman's style.
Tom Rogic - 7. Not as influential as he might have been but enjoyed moments.
Robbie Kruse - 7. A super cut-back for Leckie's opener but most of the action took place on the right.
Andrew Nabbout - 7. Barely involved but took his moment and chance well for a moment he'll never forget.
Jamie Maclaren (61st min for Nabbout) - 6. Showed smart movement but barely touched it; dwelling too long on one chance.
Jackson Irvine (66th min for Rogic) - 7. More threatening than Rogic but less smooth; Irvine looms as an option at 10 to shake things up.
Dimitri Petratos (73rd min for Kruse) - 6. With little time to impress, the winger threw himself about without creating dramatic impact.
Milos Degenek (76min for Risdon) - 7. The left-field right back option showed enough menace in one run to help Australia add a fourth goal.
Daniel Arzani (84min for Leckie) - N/A. Just six minutes and two touches for the teenager but a first run out at senior level. Many more will follow.
Not used: Josh Brillante, Tim Cahill, Mile Jedinak, Brad Jones, Tomi Juric, Matthew Jurman, Fran Karacic, James Meredith, Nikita Rukavytsya, James Troisi, Daniel Vukovic.