Facts and Figures
Goals Scored: There were 13 goals in six matches.
Clean Sheets: Three out of 12 teams that played kept a clean sheet.
Draws: There were two draws in six matches!
Round 14 (In a Nutshell): In four out of four matches where a team claimed three points the winning team had less possession than their opponents! Find out what transpired in Round 14.
Game One of Six
Melbourne City (1) v Adelaide United (0)
Facts and Figures: Melbourne City had 46.7% possession and four shots on target, while Adelaide United had six. The only goal of the game was scored by Terry Antonis and it was a goal worthy of winning any game, as it was a fantastic shot.
Game Two of Six
Melbourne Victory (1) v Sydney FC (1)
Facts and Figures: Melbourne Victory had 66.6% possession. Both teams had four shots on target. There was a controversial red card shown to Patrick Wood of Sydney FC in the 36th minute, which slowed the tempo of the game, as it was a frantic start; the two goals were scored seven minutes apart.
Game Three of Six
Western United (0) v Western Sydney Wanderers (1)
Facts and Figures: Western Sydney Wanderers had 51.4% possession and one shot on target, while Western United had four. The man of the match was Daniel Margush, who was the third choice goalkeeper at the Wanderers, prior to Lawrence Thomas departing for the Soccceroos.
Game Four of Six
Newcastle Jets (1) v Wellington Phoenix (2)
Facts and Figures: Wellington Phoenix had 43.2% possession seven shots on target, compared with Newcastle Jets who had five. It was an entertaining game of football to watch with the winning goal scored by Oskar Zawada in the 87th minute!
Game Five of Six
Central Coast Mariners (2) v Brisbane Roar (0)
Facts and Figures: Central Mariners had 40.9% possession. Both teams finished the game with three shots on target. The Roar missed an opportunity to make the score 1-all in the 82nd through Thomas Waddingham, but that’s football.
Game Six of Six
Macarthur FC (2) v Perth Glory (2)
Facts and Figures: Macarthur FC had 49.2% possession and three shots on target, compared to Perth Glory who had six. Both teams were awarded a penalty in the second half and scored from the spot. It was a much more entertaining second half than first half. The Glory scored two goals for the seventh game in a row.