Perth Glory 1-1 Western Sydney Wanderers: Draw on Saturday

PERTH. Perth Glory and Western Sydney Wanderers draw 1-1. B. Fornaroli scored the first goal (18') for Perth Glory. K. Ogawa settled the score 1-1 (79').

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PERTH. Perth Glory and Western Sydney Wanderers draw 1-1. B. Fornaroli scored the first goal (18′) for Perth Glory. K. Ogawa settled the score 1-1 (79′). Western Sydney Wanderers was far superior when it came to possession ball (71%)​

The match was played at the HBF Park stadium in Perth on Saturday and it started at 5:45 am local time. The referee was Casey Reibelt who was helped by Kearney Robinson and Josh Manella. The 4th official was Shane Skinner. The weather was clear. The temperature was pleasant around 17.8 degrees Celsius or 64.06 Fahrenheit. Humidity was up to 62%.​

Match Statistics

Western Sydney Wanderers was in firm control of the ball 71% while Perth Glory was struggling with a 29% ball possession.

Western Sydney Wanderers was more aggressive with 96 dangerous attacks and 25 shots of which 5 were on target. However, this did not suffice for Western Sydney Wanderers to win the encounter​.

Perth Glory shot 10 times, 5 on target, 5 off target. On the other side, Western Sydney Wanderers shot 25 times, 5 on target, 20 off target.

Cards

Perth Glory received 3 yellow cards (J. Rawlins, A. Keogh and ). On the opposite side, Western Sydney Wanderers received 4 yellow cards (T. Antonis, T. Mrcela, K. Baccus and J. Troisi).

After playing this match, Perth Glory will have 14 points to stay in the 12th place. On the opposite side, Western Sydney Wanderers will have 25 points like Newcastle Jets to stay in the 10th place.

Match Events

  • 18'
    18'

    B. Fornaroli

  • 37'
    37'

    T. Antonis

  • 46'
    46'

    K. Ogawa

    A. Lopane

  • 46'
    46'

    T. Vecchio

    N. Fitzgerald

  • 46'
    46'

    C. Bramwell

    D. Sturridge

  • 61'
    61'

    T. Hemed

    T. Antonis

  • 61'
    61'

    G. Colli

    C. Timmins

  • 70'
    70'

    J. Rawlins

  • 75'
    75'

    J. Anasmo

    J. Rawlins

  • 79'
    79'

    K. Ogawa

    T. Hemed

  • 81'
    81'

    A. Keogh

    B. Fornaroli

  • 86'
    86'

    T. Mrcela

  • 88'
    88'

    D. Petratos

    S. Ugarkovic

  • 88'
    88'

    Z. Gordon

    J. Koutroumbis

  • 90'
    90'

    K. Baccus

  • 90'
    90'

    A. Keogh

  • 90'
    90'

    J. Troisi

  • 90'
    90'

    J. Carluccio

    A. Traore

Next match

In the upcoming A-League match, Perth Glory will host Melbourne City on the 4th of May with a 16-10 head to head statistic in favor of Perth Glory (11 draws).

Western Sydney Wanderers will host Wellington Phoenix on the 5th of May with a 13-11 head to head statistic in favor of Western Sydney Wanderers (5 draws).

Perth Glory: Formation and Lineups

Perth Glory started with a conservative line-up (4-4-2).

The manager Ruben Zadkovich chose to play with the following team: Liam Reddy (6.7), Joshua Rawlins (7.1), Jacob Muir (6.2), Darryl Lachman (6.8), Joseph Forde (7.6), Antonee Burke-Gilroy (6.5), Callum Timmins (6.8), Mitchell Oxborrow (7.1), Nick Fitzgerald (6.7), Daniel Sturridge (6.3) and Bruno Fornaroli (7.6).

Substitutes

Perth Glory made 5 changes: N. Fitzgerald for T. Vecchio (46′), D. Sturridge for C. Bramwell (46′), C. Timmins for G. Colli (61′), J. Rawlins for J. Anasmo (75′) and B. Fornaroli for A. Keogh (81′).

Top player: Bruno Fornaroli

The player who no doubt impressed Perth Glory the most was Bruno Fornaroli.

His rating is (7.6) with 1 goal, 10 passes (70% accurate) and 1 key pass. He was won 9 duels out of 13.

Western Sydney Wanderers: Formation and Lineups

Western Sydney Wanderers started with a 4-3-1-2 line-up (4-3-1-2).

On the other side, Marko Ante Rudan played with: Daniel Margush (6.8), Tate Russell (7.0), Tomislav Mrčela (6.5), Johnny Koutroumbis (7.2), Adama Traoré (6.9), Steven Ugarković (7.1), Terry Antonis (7.1), Keanu Baccus (7.1), James Troisi (8.0), Ramy Najjarine (6.7) and Alessandro Lopane (6.2).

Substitutes

Western Sydney Wanderers made 4 changes: A. Lopane for K. Ogawa (46′), T. Antonis for T. Hemed (61′), S. Ugarkovic for D. Petratos (88′) and J. Koutroumbis for Z. Gordon (88′).

Top player: James Troisi

The player who no doubt impressed Western Sydney Wanderers the most was James Troisi.

His rating is (8.0) with 104 passes (85% accurate) and 6 key passes. He was won 1 duel out of 4. He performed 11 crosses.

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