An inspired Western Sydney Wanderers stunned fourth-placed Adelaide United with a 3-1 A-League victory at Coopers Stadium on Saturday.
The visitors, who absorbed a fair amount of pressure in both halves from the home side, were clinical going forward.
Roly Bonevacia was the Wanderers' best player, setting up the opener, scoring the second and supplying the assist for the third.
Adelaide enjoyed decent spells of possession and territory but barely threatened.
Western Sydney made the perfect start,...
Jamie Maclaren rescued Melbourne City from a home defeat on Saturday night, scoring a debut goal to give his new A-League club a 1-1 draw with Adelaide United.
The Socceroos forward scored with a backheel flick to equalise after Craig Goodwin's opener threatened to serve up City a third-straight defeat. The result extends Adelaide's unbeaten streak to five and ensures City avoids a third-straight loss, but does little for either side's already faint hopes of a Premiership or Asian Champions League...
Outrageous comebacks, multiple send-offs, coaches blaming generational mindsets -- this round had it all. Rob Brooks examines the rollercoaster ride that was the weekend's A-League action.
Talking point of the weekend
Despite the well-documented controversy and disappointment surrounding the game in Australia at the moment, the A-League is still delivering the right kind of drama on the pitch.
There have been plenty of examples of that over the past few weeks, but none better than Adelaide's 4-3...
A 10-man Adelaide United came from 3-0 down to defeat nine-man Brisbane 4-3 in a stunning A-League contest at Coopers Stadium.
The Reds scored three times on Saturday night in the final half-hour, including a 97th-minute winner from substitute Nikola Mileusnic to complete an incredible comeback.
The Roar were reduced to nine men while leading 3-1 midway through the second half, with Dane Ingham and keeper Jamie Young dismissed within minutes.
The match was flipped on its head after just nine minutes...