A-League Men Review Round 11 (Season 2023/24)

Facts and Figures

Goals Scored: There were 18 goals in six matches.
Clean Sheets: One out of 12 teams that played kept a clean sheet.
There were two draws in six matches!
Round 11 (In a Nutshell): In three out of four matches, where a team claimed three points the winning team had more possession than their opponents! Find out what transpired in Round 11.

Game One of Six

Adelaide United (2) v Wellington Phoenix (2)
Facts and Figures: Adelaide United had 54.6% possession and seven shots on target, compared with Wellington who had four. It was remarkable that Adelaide United had 28 shots, while the Phoenix had eight. Hiroshi Ibusuki of Adelaide United finished with a brace, as did Kosta Barbarouses of the Phoenix.

Game Two of Six

Macarthur FC (1) v Newcastle Jets (1)
Facts and Figures: Macarthur FC had 56.9% possession and 27 shots, while Newcastle Jets had 16. Both teams finished the game with seven shots on target. The game was decided in the 99th minute as the Jets dropped two points due to Valere Germain of Macarthur FC slotting away an equaliser from the penalty spot.

Game Three of Six

Western Sydney Wanderers (0) v Central Coast Mariners (1)
Facts and Figures: Central Coast Mariners had 40.5% possession and six shots on target, compared with Western Sydney Wanderers who had five. Marco Tulio scored the only goal of the game, in what was his last game for the club as he has moved to Japan.

Game Four of Six

Brisbane Roar (1) v Sydney FC (2)
Facts and Figures: Sydney FC had 51.1% possession and five shots on target, while Brisbane Roar had three. It was a much improved performance from the Roar, following their 8-1 loss to Melbourne City in Round 10.

Game Five of Six

Perth Glory (2) v Melbourne Victory (3)
Facts and Figures: Melbourne Victory had 61.7% possession and nine shots, compared with Perth Glory who had four. The Victory came back from 1-nil to win the game. Despite losing the game, the Glory showed character.

Game Six of Six

Western United (1) v Melbourne City (2)
Facts and Figures: Melbourne City had 54.6% possession and six shots on target, while Western United had nine. Western United scored the opening goal of the game and only lost the game due to two outstanding goals from Melbourne City.

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