PERTH. Perth Glory defeated Brisbane Roar to win 2-1. It was Perth Glory to strike first with a goal of D. Lachman at the 34′. Then it was a goal in the 56′ minute to make things even for 1-1. Eventually, S. Neville gave the win to Perth Glory in the 60′ minute with an own goal.
J. O’Shea received a red card (63′). This double yellow card was one of the reason why Brisbane Roar lost the match.
The match was played at the Macedonia Park stadium in Perth on Tuesday and it started at 7:30 pm local time. The referee was Ben Abraham who had the assistance of Arvin Shanmuganathan and Josh Manella. The 4th official was Shane Skinner. The weather was cloudy. The temperature was pleasant around 21 degrees Celsius or 69.75 Fahrenheit. Humidity was up to 74%.
There wasn’t much of a difference in ball possession. Perth Glory was in possession of the ball for 48% of the time vs. Brisbane Roar that controlled the ball for 52% of the time.
Brisbane Roar was more aggressive with 55 dangerous attacks and 6 shots of which 2 were on target. Even so, Perth Glory was able to find the solution to win this match.
Perth Glory shot 6 times, 3 on target, 3 off target. Regarding the opposition, Brisbane Roar shot 6 times, 2 on target, 4 off target.
Perth Glory received 4 yellow cards (Mustafa Amini, David Williams, Zachary Duncan and Luke Bodnar). Talking about the opposition, Brisbane Roar received 1 yellow card (J. O’Shea).
Also, Brisbane Roar didn’t manage to end the match with 11 players after J. O’Shea (Brisbane Roar) was sent out after receiving a second yellow card (63′).
After this contest, Perth Glory will have 10 points like Melbourne Victory to stay in the 12th place. On the opposite side, Brisbane Roar will stay with 15 points like Adelaide United to stay in the 5th place.
S. Neville (OG)
Brisbane Roar will host Wellington Phoenix on the 14th of January with a 20-9 head to head record in favor of Brisbane Roar (12 draws).
Perth Glory: Formation and Lineups
Perth Glory started with a 5-3-2 line-up (5-3-2).
The manager Ruben Zadkovich chose to play with the following team: Cameron Cook , Ryan Williams , Johnny Koutroumbis , Darryl Lachman , Mark Beevers , Jack Clisby , Mustafa Amini , Luke Bodnar , Keegan Jelacic , Luke Ivanovic and Adam Zimarino .
Perth Glory made 4 changes: Luke Ivanovic for Jacob Dowse (56′), Adam Zimarino for David Williams (56′), Keegan Jelacic for G. Colli (68′) and Mustafa Amini for Zachary Duncan (68′).
Top player: Darryl Lachman
Probably the most impressive player in Perth Glory was Darryl Lachman.
His rating iswith 1 goal, 63 passes (96% accurate) and 0 key passes. He was won 3 duels out of 3.
Brisbane Roar: Formation and Lineups
Brisbane Roar started with a 5-4-1 line-up (5-4-1).
On the other side, Warren Moon played with: Jordan Holmes , Jack Hingert , Scott Neville , Connor Chapman , Jordan Courtney-Perkins , Joseph Knowles , Henry Hore , Jay O’Shea , Kai Trewin , Carlo Armiento and Nikola Mileusnić .
Brisbane Roar made 4 changes: H. Hore for Riku Danzaki (69′), Carlo Armiento for R. Akbari (69′), J. Hingert for L. Zabala (69′) and Joe Knowles for J. Lofthouse (77′).
Top player: Connor Chapman
The player who no doubt impressed Brisbane Roar the most was Connor Chapman.
His rating iswith 1 goal, 66 passes (86% accurate) and 0 key passes. He was won 4 duels out of 6.