A-League Round 10 My Review
There were at least two goals scored in all five games. There was only one draw in Round 10. The story of the Round was the unbelievable performance from Eugene Galekovic who won the game for City and was the reason why they are fourth on the ladder as it stands.
Friday Night Game
Victory v Phoenix
The Victory were once again forced to play without key player Keiuske Honda which made it difficult for them to win a game. The Phoenix players put in a fantastic shift and would be disappointed that they left Melbourne without three points. Mark Rudan would be proud of the endeavour that the Phoenix players showed. In the end the game finished one-all.
Victory Game Changer: Ola Toivonen
Phoenix Game Changer: Andrew Durante
Saturday Night Game
Sky Blues v Roar
The Roar players would be proud of the effort that they put into the contest coming extremely close to leaving Sydney empty handed as far as points are concerned. Both goal keepers from the respective teams were stand outs for their teams. The Sky Blues had a narrow two-one victory thanks to an Andrew Redmayne save from an Adam Taggart penalty.
Sky Blues Game Changer: Andrew Redmayne
Roar Game Changer: Jamie Young
Sunday Night Game
Jets v Reds
The Jets were the better team and the Reds have plenty to work on, despite that the Reds left Newcastle with all three points thanks to a late penalty from Craig Goodwin.
Jets Game Changer: Daniel Georgevski
Reds Game Changer: Ryan Strain
Monday Night Game
Mariners v Glory
The Glory took an early lead thanks to a goal from Andy Keogh, then there was a long delay due to a goal post breaking! When the game resumed the Glory cruised to a three-nil half time lead. The second half was a lot better from the Mariners with the final score four-one in favour of the Glory, but the game was all but over at half time.
Mariners Game Changer: Tommy Oar
Glory Changer: Neil Kilkenny
Tuesday Night Game
Wanderers v City
Eugence Galekovic was the story of the game; possibly the best goal keeping performance in the history of the A-League. Remarkably City won the game two-nil, playing with ten men for much of the second half.
Wanderers Game Changer: Alexander Baumjohann
City Game Changer: Eugene Galekovic
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