Ipswich Town duo Cameron Burgess and Massimo Luongo both featured for Australia in their 7-0 win against Bangladesh in World Cup qualifying.

The former was named in the starting lineup, while the latter was brought on for the second half of the match.

Burgess made a mistake early in the first half that allowed Bangladesh to have their first shot of the game, although he made up for it with a confident performance where he was a constant threat from set pieces, coming close to a maiden international goal during a goalmouth scramble at the end of the game.

Luongo, on the other hand, saw a long-range shot saved by Mitul Marma before Jamie Maclaren scored the rebound to make it 6-0 in the 70th minute. He was then chosen to take a late penalty, but fired his low shot into the gloves of the goalkeeper, meaning that he's scored none of the four spot kicks that he’s taken in his senior career.

Leicester City's Harry Souttar, who partnered Burgess at the back, scored the opening goal of the game, while Portsmouth's Kusini Yengi, brother of Town youngster Tete, made his international debut in the 72nd minute.

The result takes Australia top of their World Cup qualifying group ahead of Lebanon's game against Palestine later today.

The Socceroos will face Palestine in their next game, which will take place at 2pm next Tuesday.