A-League Men What’s your team’s story: Round 21 (Season 2022/23)

Adelaide United: Win by four despite not being at their best!

Adelaide United won 5-1, despite playing to their optimum level, which is scary. They didn’t perform well but scored five goals.

Brisbane Roar: They just won’t give up

Brisbane Roar have shown resilience as they won’t give up on a top six finish and a spot in the finals. They are finally playing a good brand of football, under interim coach, Nick Green.

Central Coast Mariners: A disappointing display

Central Coast Mariners had a bad day at the office; there wasn’t a good player for them on the pitch.

Macarthur FC: A game that should give them confidence

Macarthur FC implemented good tactics and they looked a different team to what they’ve been of late. They came in with a plan and did well to get a draw against Melbourne City.

Melbourne City: Couldn’t convert possession into goals

Melbourne City would be upset with the way in which they played and were lucky to escape with a point.

Melbourne Victory: A result they needed

Melbourne Victory were fortunate to come up against a Central Coast Mariners team that didn’t play well. Despite, that they still had to capitalise and did so with two goals.

Newcastle Jets: Letting in a goal late they would be flat

Newcastle Jets were leading 2-1 until the 97th minute of the game, which would be deflating.

Perth Glory: Left it late, but they won’t care

Perth Glory showed character and grit to score a goal in the 97th minute to claim a point.

Sydney FC: They played okay, but it wasn’t their day

Sydney FC lost a game 4-nil, despite being statistically better in some areas of the game than Western Sydney Wanderers.

Wellington Phoenix: Something you don’t get what deserve in football

Wellington Phoenix played some good football, but they were poor defensively. They were without their best player, Oskar Zawada, so they lacked anyone clinical in the final third.

Western Sydney Wanderers: Everything went right

Western Sydney Wanderers may have won by four goals, but they had less possession and shots on target than Sydney FC.

Western United: The scoreboard flattered them

Western United would be disappointed with the way in which they played. They appeared to be disjointed and were poor tactically as they lacked a viable plan and system.


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