World Cup highlights and report: Australia 2-3 Holland
Holland survived a scare to claim a second win in Group B and eliminate Australia from the World Cup in Porto Alegre.
The Oranje beat defending world champions Spain 5-1 in their opening match, but Louis van Gaal's men had to come from 2-1 down to win 3-2 in their second.
Arjen Robben put Holland ahead but within 60 seconds a sensational strike from Tim Cahill brought Australia level.
Cahill then showed his bad side with a late challenge on Bruno Martins Indi, who was taken off on a stretcher, to earn a booking which sees the Australia talisman suspended for the final group game with Spain.
Robin van Persie - also booked to earn a suspension which rules him out of the contest with Chile - swiftly cancelled out Mile Jedinak's penalty before substitute Memphis Depay put Holland ahead with 20 minutes remaining in the strike which proved decisive.
Holland's progress to the second round is still to be confirmed as goal difference is the deciding factor, but a draw against Chile next Monday would be enough.
A slow start was ignited by Robben, who received the ball just inside his own half, swerved past Alex Wilkinson at the halfway line and burst into the box.
The Bayern Munich forward then despatched a clinical finish across goal for his third of the tournament.
The Socceroos responded almost immediately with a goal reminiscent of memorable strikes from Dutchmen Marco van Basten and Van Persie.