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AUSTRALIAN A-LEAGUE

2018/2019 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Perth Glory 10 3 1 33
2 Melbourne V 9 3 3 30
3 Sydney FC 9 2 3 29
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Melbourne Victory and Wellington Phoenix share spoils in six-goal thriller

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A late strike from Kosta Barbarouses salvaged a point for Melbourne Victory in a ding-dong 3-3 draw with Wellington Phoenix on Sunday.

The New Zealander struck a volley with two minutes remaining against his old side as Victory jumped back from a two-goal deficit in style.

Just days after Victory's 5-0 away belting of Brisbane, Phoenix stunned the champions with three first-half goals.

Roy Krishna netted a double for the visitors after teammate David Williams equalised Ola Toivonen's opener in a...

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Melbourne Victory hand Brisbane Roar historic A-League loss

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The Melbourne Victory handed Brisbane their biggest A-League defeat and extended their winless streak to nine with a 5-0 thumping at Suncorp Stadium on Tuesday.

Kevin Muscat's men lived up to their billing of favourites, but were helped by some Roar wastefulness before running away from a re-jigged Brisbane in the second half.

Swede Ola Toivonen struck first with a neat header when left alone at the back post in the 14th minute, while Kosta Barbarouses was calm from the penalty spot after a Luke...