A-League Round 27 was Full of Goals and Entertainment!

A-League Round 27 My Review

The final Round of the A-League was entertaining from a goals perspective with an incredible 21 goals scored in the 5 games that took place, with the top 6 order decided and 2 of the finals games finalised.


Thursday April 25th

Roar v Reds
This game was almost a repeat of the game earlier this season that ended up being 4-3 in favour of the Reds. The Reds were forced to fight back from being 3-2 down in the second half. Remarkably the Reds were victorious 5-3. There were 8 different goal scorers of 26 outfield players that took the field. The Reds showed resilience to win the game, but would be concerned with the fact that they conceded 3 goals.
Roar Game Changer: Eric Bautheac
Reds Game Changer: Craig Goodwin

Friday April 26th

City v Mariners
This game was one way traffic with City dominating this contest taking out the win 5 goals to nil. Shayon Harrison to most of the accolades with a brace. Warren Joyce changed a few players before finals with the likes of Dario Vidosic and Lachie Wales getting a start.
City Game Changer: Shayon Harrrison
Mariners Game Changer: No one

Saturday April 27th

Jets v Sky Blues
The story of the game was the fact that the Sky Blues had a total of 10 shots on target to the Jets 5 yet lost the game 2 goals to nil.
Jets Game Changer: Glen Moss
Sky Blues Game Changer: Josh Brillante

Wanderers v Victory
It wasn’t to bad a performance by the Wanderers despite the fact that they lost the game by 1 goal to nil; they lost courtesy of a world class header from Victory’s Sweedish import Ola Toivonen. The game was indicative of the Wanderers season; they could have got something out of the game, but they didn’t.
Wanderers Game Changer: Raul Llorente
Victory Game Changer: Matt Acton

Sunday April 28th

Glory v Phoenix
The Phoenix made plenty of changes to their team, while the Glory played just about their best 11; the result reflected that with the Glory cruising to a 5-nil win. Phoenix did expose 17 year old Ben Waine to first team football and the youngster was a shining light for the Phoenix.
Glory Game Changer: Andy Keogh
Phoenix Game Changer: Ben Waine

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