The A-League is Back! (Week 4 Review)

(Week 4 of the A-League 2019/20 Restart- Review)- Facts and Figures

Goals Scored: 25 goals in six games = 4.17 goals per game!
Clean Sheets: There was only one clean sheet kept by Melbourne Victory against Perth Glory.
Draws: There were two draws in six games, which equates to a draw every three games.
A-League Restart- Week 4 (In a Nutshell): The football that was played was of a decent standard in the six games that were played. There was only one sided game. The Round was unpredictable and entertaining.

Monday Night Game

Melbourne Victory (2) v Central Coast Mariners (3)
Mariners End Season on a High
Facts and Figures: The game ebbed and flowed. In game number 50 Dylan Fox scored his first A-League goal. Dylan Ruiz Diaz scored a brace!
Pivotal Moments: Matt Simon had a great free kick saved by Matt Acton in the 20th minute. Dylan Fox nearly scored in the 65th minute thanks to a saved by Matt Acton.
Melbourne Victory Game Changer: Marco Rojas
Central Coast Mariners Game Changers: Milan Djuric, Dylan Ruiz-Diaz

Tuesday Night Game

Western Sydney Wanderers (1) v Perth Glory (3)
Glory Claim Deserved Win!
Facts and Figures: Nicolai Muller was replaced by Kwame Yeboah, while Perth Glory made two changes from their last game. Ivan Franjic scored the opening goal of the game, but Mitchell Duke equalised. James Meredith scored his first A-League goal of his career.
Pivotal Moment: James Meredith’s goal was sensational, which also happened to Perth Glory’s third goal of the game!
Western Sydney Wanderers Game Changer: Kwame Yeboah
Perth Glory Game Changer: Bruno Fornaroli

Wednesday Night Game

Wellington Phoenix (1) v Brisbane Roar (1)
Two Great Goalkeepers Ensure Draw is the Right Result!
Facts and Figures: Wellington Phoenix finally scored an equaliser late in the game.
Pivotal Moments: Stefan Marinovic made a good save in the 28th minute, Marinovic tipped the ball over the bar. Jamie Young stopped a goal in the 45th minute from a shot by Gary Hooper. Scott McDonald scored a fantastic goal in the 61st minute.
Wellington Phoenix Game Changer: Stefan Marinovic
Brisbane Roar Game Changers: Jamie Young, Scott McDonald

Thursday Night Game

Adelaide United (1) v Sydney FC (1)
Spoils Shares
Facts and Figures: The game ebbed and flowed, a draw was probably a fair result.
Pivotal Moments: Jordan Elsey scored the opening goal of the game from a header. Sydney FC equalised through Adam le Fondre.
Adelaide United Game Changer: Jordan Elsey
Sydney FC Game Changer: Andrew Redmayne

Friday Night Game

Western United (5) v Western Sydney Wanderers (3)
Western United Win High Scoring Thriller!
Facts and Figures: The game was a one sided contest.
Pivotal Moments: Josh Risdon scored the opening goal of the game with a great header. Alessandro Diamanti scored an amazing goal from a tough angle, twice.
Western United Game Changer: Alessandro Diamanti
Western Sydney Wanderers Game Changer: Mitchell Duke

Saturday Night Game

Perth Glory (0) v Melbourne Victory (4)
Victory Dominant Against Hapless Glory
Facts and Figures: The Perth Glory had 58.6% possession, but they were smashed with Melbourne Victory having all six shots on target.
Pivotal Moments: The Melbourne Victory scored a penalty through Andrew Nabbout in the 60th minute.
Perth Glory Game Changer:
Melbourne Victory Game Changer: Marco Rojas


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