Wellington Phoenix beats Brisbane Roar 1-0 with a goal scored by O. Zawada. HIGHLIGHTS

OKAYAMA. Wellington Phoenix tops Brisbane Roar 1-0 after O. Zawada scored just 1 goal (65').

Wellington Phoenix beats Brisbane Roar 1-0 with a goal scored by O. Zawada. HIGHLIGHTS

OKAYAMA. Wellington Phoenix prevails over Brisbane Roar 1-0 after O. Zawada scored just 1 goal (65′).

The match was played at the Kanko Stadium stadium in Okayama. The referee was Adam Kersey with the collaboration of David Walsh and Joey Lee. The 4th official was Hassan Jomaa. The weather was cloudy. The temperature was pleasant at 15.2 degrees Celsius or 59.31 Fahrenheit. The humidity was 88%.​

Match Statistics​

  • 49 Ball Possession 51
Shots
  • 13 Total 11
  • 4 On Target 4
  • 9 Off Target 7
  • 3 Shots blocked 2
  • 92 Attack 111
  • 49 Dangerous attack 41
  • 99 Ball safe​ 94
  • 0 Penalties 0
  • 3 Corners 3
  • 3 Off Sides 2
Fouls
  • 15 Total 12
  • 1 Yellow Cards 3
  • 0 Double Yellow 0
  • 0 Red Card 0
Other
  • 10 Substitutions 8

Ball possession

The ball possession was not so different. Brisbane Roar was in possession of the ball for 48% of the time vs. Wellington Phoenix that controlled the ball for 52% of the time.

Attitude and shots

Brisbane Roar was more pushing with 49 dangerous attacks and 13 shots of which 4 were on target. Nevertheless, Wellington Phoenix managed to find the solution to win this match.​

Brisbane Roar shot 13 times, 4 on target, 9 off target. On the other side, Wellington Phoenix shot 11 times, 4 on target, 7 off target.

Cards

Brisbane Roar received 1 yellow card (S. Neville). Talking about the opposition, Wellington Phoenix received 3 yellow cards (Yan Sasse, L. Mauragis and David Ball).

Match Timeline

Scott Neville- Yellow
15'
31'
Yan Sasse- Yellow
Henry Hore- sub ->A. Rufer
57'
57'
Benjamin Old- sub ->Yan Sasse
57'
Steven Ugarkovic- sub ->Yan Sasse
Louis Zabala- sub ->R. Akbari
57'
65'
Oskar Zawada(goal)L. Mauragis
Joshua Brindell-South- sub ->J. Hingert
72'
Jez Lofthouse- sub ->Riku Danzaki
72'
73'
Finn Surman- sub ->Kosta Barbarouses
Joe Knowles- sub ->Connor Chapman
73'
90'
Oskar van Hattum- sub ->Oskar Zawada
90'
Lucas Mauragis- Yellow
90'
David Ball- Yellow

Standings

After playing this match, Brisbane Roar will stay with 15 points like Adelaide United to gain in the 7th place. On the other side, Wellington Phoenix will have 17 points like Macarthur to move down in the 4th place.

Next matches

In the next match in the A-League, Brisbane Roar will play away with Melbourne Victory on the 29th of April with a 20-19 head to head statistic in favor of Melbourne Victory (11 draws).

Wellington Phoenix will play away agasint Macarthur on the 30th of April with a 3-1 head to head record in favor of Wellington Phoenix (2 draws).

Brisbane Roar – Formation

Brisbane Roar
G
Jordan Holmes 23.Australia
6.5
D
Scott Neville 2.Australia
6.4
15'
D
Tom Aldred 5.Scotland
6.8
D
Connor Chapman 6.Australia
6.5
73'
M
Jack Hingert 19.Australia
6.4
72'
M
Kai Trewin 27.Australia
6.8
M
6.7
M
Rahmat Akbari 7.Australia
6.8
57'
F
Nikola Mileusnić 10.Australia
7.1
F
Yared Abetew 17.Australia
6.4
F
Riku Danzaki 8.Japan
6.8
72'
Substitutes
G
Macklin Freke 1.Australia
D
Joshua Brindell-South 16.Australia
6.5
72'
D
Anton Milinaric 4.Australia
M
Louis Zabala 35.Australia
6.6
57'
M
Henry Hore 13.Australia
6.7
F
Jez Lofthouse 11.Australia
6.2
72'
F
Joe Knowles 28.Australia
6.8
73'

Brisbane Roar started with a 3-4-2-1 line-up (3-4-2-1).

The manager Warren Moon decided to play with the following team: Jordan Holmes (6.5), Scott Neville (6.4), Tom Aldred (6.8), Connor Chapman (6.5), Jack Hingert (6.4), Rahmat Akbari (6.8), Kai Trewin (6.8), Jordan Courtney-Perkins (6.7), Riku Danzaki (6.8), Carlo Armiento (6.4) and Nikola Mileusnić (7.1).

The home team had on the bench: Josh Brindell-South (6.5), Macklin Freke, Jez Lofthouse (6.2), Joseph Knowles (6.8), Louis Zabala (6.6), Henry Hore (6.7) and Anton Mlinaric.

Substitutions

Brisbane Roar made 4 changes: R. Akbari for L. Zabala (57′), J. Hingert for Josh Brindell-South (72′), Riku Danzaki for J. Lofthouse (72′) and Connor Chapman for Joe Knowles (73′).

Best player: Nikola Mileusnić​

As per our analysis, the most impressive player for Brisbane Roar was Nikola Mileusnić.

His rating is (7.1) with 14 passes (85% accurate) and 2 key passes. He was won 4 duels out of 9. He performed 3 crosses.

Wellington Phoenix – Formation

Wellington Phoenix
G
Oliver Sail 20.New Zealand
7.1
D
Tim Payne 6.New Zealand
7.1
D
Joshua Laws 21.Australia
7.1
D
Callan Elliot 17.New Zealand
7.2
D
Lucas Mauragis 12.Australia
7.6
90'
M
David Ball 10.England
6.9
90'
M
Yan Sasse 31.Brazil
6.8
57' 31'
M
Alex Rufer 14.New Zealand
7.1
57'
M
Clayton Rhys Lewis 23.New Zealand
7.4
F
Kosta Barbarouses 7.New Zealand
6.7
73'
F
Oskar Zawada 9.Poland
7.6
90' Goals65'
Substitutes
G
Alexander Paulsen 40.New Zealand
D
Finn Surman 3.New Zealand
6.2
73'
M
Sam Sutton 19.New Zealand
M
Benjamin Old 8.New Zealand
6.5
57'
M
Steven Ugarkovic 5.Australia
6.2
57'
F
Oskar van Hattum 24.New Zealand
90'

Wellington Phoenix started with a conservative line-up (4-4-2).

Ufuk Talay played with: Oliver Sail (7.1), Callan Elliot (7.2), Tim Payne (7.1), Joshua Laws (7.1), Lucas Mauragis (7.6), Yan Sasse (6.8), Alex Rufer (7.1), Clayton Lewis (7.4), David Ball (6.9), Kosta Barbarouses (6.7) and Oskar Zawada (7.6).

They had on the bench: Sam Sutton, Noah Karunaratne, Oskar van Hattum, Benjamin Old (6.5), Steven Ugarković (6.2), Alex Paulsen and Finn Surman (6.2).

Substitutions

Wellington Phoenix made 5 changes: A. Rufer for H. Hore (57′), Yan Sasse for B. Old (57′), Yan Sasse for Steven Ugarkovic (57′), Kosta Barbarouses for F. Surman (73′) and Oskar Zawada for O. van Hattum (90′).

Best player: Lucas Mauragis​

The most impressive player for Wellington Phoenix was Lucas Mauragis even if he didn’t score the decisive goal.

His rating is (7.6) with 42 passes (76% accurate) and 2 key passes. He was won 4 duels out of 7. He performed 3 crosses.

Results of the day

These are the results of the day in the A-League.​