A-League Men What’s your team’s story: Round 15 (Season 2022/23)

Adelaide United: Without playing their best, they got the job done

Adelaide United would be disappointed with the way they played. They were fortunate to claim the three points.

Brisbane Roar: Unjust loss

Brisbane Roar should be satisfied with the way in which they played, but dejected to come away with nothing. They had a goal ruled out by VAR that would’ve given them a 2-1 lead in the 60th minute. Joseph Knowles was deemed to have impeded Adelaide United goalkeeper, Joe Gauci.

Central Coast Mariners: Left empty handed

Central Coast Mariners let a 2-1 lead empty handed. In a game where both teams played with ten-men from the 25th minute, there’s no disputing that they shouldn’t have lost 3-2.

Macarthur FC: Obliterated

Macarthur FC should be embarrassed with their display. They never looked at the races.

Melbourne City: A training drill

Melbourne City kept their standards from the first minute until the last. It was a game that could give them confidence as they didn’t take their foot off the peddle.

Melbourne Victory: A win they needed, desperately!

Melbourne Victory were fortunate that two of the three goals they scored were due to Wellington Phoenix mix ups at the back.

Newcastle Jets: A solid display

Newcastle Jets would be satisfied with their performance, but upset they didn’t claim three points.

Perth Glory: Not at their best, but they claimed a point  

Perth Glory showed that they were up for the fight despite it not being their best performance.

Sydney FC: Showed character and resilience

Sydney FC displayed that they are a team that’s made progress. Who would’ve thought that they would be in the top six, prior to their last two games?

Wellington Phoenix: Let their lead slip

Wellington Phoenix led 1-nil against Melbourne Victory, but lost 3-1 due to errors in defence.

Western Sydney Wanderers: Won, but not clinical enough 

Western Sydney Wanderers beat Western United 1-nil, but they should’ve won by a lot more.

Western United: A shadow of themselves

Western United aren’t the same team they were last season. They need to make changes.

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