Perth Glory manages to draw 2-2 with Sydney after recovering a 0-2 deficit. HIGHLIGHTS

PERTH. Perth Glory recovers against Sydney with a goal on the J. Lolley 6' and a goal on the R. Grant 26'.

Perth Glory manages to draw 2-2 with Sydney after recovering a 0-2 deficit. HIGHLIGHTS

PERTH. Perth Glory comes back against Sydney with a goal on the J. Lolley 6′ and a goal on the R. Grant 26′. Perth Glory was not able to win even if it was superior in terms of ball possession (57%)

The match was played at the Macedonia Park stadium in Perth on Saturday and it started at 7:30 pm local time. The referee was Alex King who had the assistance of Arvin Shanmuganathan and Josh Manella. The 4th official was Shane Skinner. The weather was clear. The temperature was pleasant at 24.8 degrees Celsius or 76.64 Fahrenheit. The humidity was 30%.​

Match Statistics​

  • 57 Ball Possession 43
Shots
  • 17 Total 17
  • 4 On Target 7
  • 13 Off Target 10
  • 0 Shots blocked 4
  • 122 Attack 100
  • 47 Dangerous attack 51
  • 109 Ball safe​ 100
  • 0 Penalties 0
  • 7 Corners 7
Fouls
  • 13 Total 8
  • 1 Yellow Cards 2
  • 0 Double Yellow 0
  • 0 Red Card 0
Other
  • 5 Substitutions 2

Ball possession

Perth Glory was in firm control of the ball 57% while Sydney was struggling with a 43% ball possession.

Attitude and shots

Sydney was putting more pressure with 51 dangerous attacks and 17 shots of which 7 were on target. Nevertheless, that was not enough Sydney to win the encounter​.

Perth Glory shot 17 times, 4 on target, 13 off target. On the other side, Sydney shot 17 times, 7 on target, 10 off target.

Cards

Perth Glory received 1 yellow card (Jacob Muir). Regarding the opposition, Sydney received 2 yellow cards (Luke Brattan and Paulo Retre).

Match Timeline

6'
Joe Lolley(goal)
Jacob Muir- Yellow
26'
26'
Rhyan Grant(goal)
36'
Luke Brattan- Yellow
Zach Duncan- sub ->Luke Bodnar
46'
David Williams- sub ->Luke Ivanovic
46'
Zach Duncan(goal)Jack Clisby
46'
Adam Zimarino- sub ->Jacob Muir
46'
65'
Paulo Retre- sub ->Max Burgess
David Williams(goal)Jacob Dowse
90'
90'
Paulo Retre- Yellow
Jacob Dowse- sub ->Jack Clisby
90'
Joseph Forde- sub ->Mustafa Amini
90'
90'
Jaiden Kucharski- sub ->Joe Lolley

Standings

After playing this contest, Perth Glory will have 14 points like Wellington Phoenix to hold in the 9th place. On the opposite side, Sydney will have 14 points like Wellington Phoenix to hold in the 8th place.

Next matches

In the next match in the A-League, Perth Glory will host Western United on the 29th of April with a 5-2 head to head statistic in favor of Western United (1 draw).

Sydney will host Newcastle Jets on the 29th of April with a 28-9 head to head statistic in favor of Sydney (12 draws).

Perth Glory – Formation

Perth Glory
G
Cameron Cook 13.Australia
6.4
D
Mark Beevers 5.England
6.6
D
Darryl Lachman 29.Curaçao
7.2
D
Jack Clisby 14.Australia
7.0
90'
D
Johnny Koutroumbis 2.Australia
6.5
D
Jacob Muir 37.Australia
6.1
46' 26'
M
Luke Bodnar 4.Australia
6.6
46'
M
Mustafa Amini 8.Australia
6.6
90'
M
Ryan Williams 7.Australia
6.4
M
Keegan Jelacic 16.Australia
7.0
F
Luke Ivanovic 12.Australia
6.4
46'
Substitutes
G
Liam Reddy 33.Australia
D
Joseph Forde 36.Australia
90'
M
Jacob Dowse 3.Australia
90'
M
Giordano Colli 20.Australia
M
Zach Duncan 19.Australia
7.1
46' Goals46'
F
Adam Zimarino 43.Australia
6.7
46'
F
David Williams 18.Australia
6.8
46' Goals90'

Perth Glory started with a 5-4-1 line-up (5-4-1).

The manager Ruben Zadkovich decided to play with the following team: Cameron Cook (6.4), Johnny Koutroumbis (6.5), Jacob Muir (6.1), Darryl Lachman (7.2), Mark Beevers (6.6), Jack Clisby (7.0), Ryan Williams (6.4), Mustafa Amini (6.6), Luke Bodnar (6.6), Keegan Jelacic (7.0) and Luke Ivanovic (6.4).

The home team had on the bench: Jacob Dowse, Joseph Forde, Adam Zimarino (6.7), Giordano Colli, Liam Reddy, David Williams (6.8) and Zachary Duncan (7.1).

Substitutions

Perth Glory made 5 changes: Luke Bodnar for Zachary Duncan (46′), Luke Ivanovic for David Williams (46′), Jacob Muir for Adam Zimarino (46′), Jack Clisby for Jacob Dowse (90′) and Mustafa Amini for J. Forde (90′).

Best player: Darryl Lachman​

As per our analysis, the most impressive player for Perth Glory was Darryl Lachman.

His rating is (7.2) with 103 passes (93% accurate) and 0 key passes. He was won 4 duels out of 4.

Sydney – Formation

Sydney
G
Andrew Redmayne 1.Australia
6.4
D
Rhyan Grant 23.Australia
7.2
Goals26'
D
Diego Caballo 18.Spain
7.4
D
James Donachie 2.Australia
6.9
D
Aaron Gurd 29.Australia
6.7
M
Luke Brattan 26.Australia
6.8
36'
M
Anthony Caceres 17.Australia
7.4
M
Max Burgess 22.Australia
6.6
65'
F
Róbert Mak 11.Slovakia
7.6
F
Adam Le Fondre 9.England
6.8
F
Joe Lolley 10.England
7.2
90' Goals6'
Substitutes
G
Tom Heward-Belle 20.Australia
D
Adrian Vlastelica 27.Australia
D
Connor O'Toole 5.Australia
M
Paulo Retre 8.Australia
6.3
65' 90'
M
A. Segecic 19.Australia
F
P. Wood 12.Australia
F
Jaiden Kucharski 25.Australia
90'

Sydney started with a aggressive line-up (4-3-3).

Steve Corica played with: Andrew Redmayne (6.4), Rhyan Grant (7.2), James Donachie (6.9), Aaron Gurd (6.7), Diego Caballo (7.4), Anthony Caceres (7.4), Luke Brattan (6.8), Max Burgess (6.6), Joe Lolley (7.2), Adam Le Fondre (6.8) and Róbert Mak (7.6).

They had on the bench: Adrian Vlastelica, Paulo Retre (6.3), Connor O’Toole, Adrian Segecic, Patrick Wood, Jaiden Kucharski and Tom Heward-Belle.

Substitutions

Sydney made 2 changes: Max Burgess for Paulo Retre (65′) and Joe Lolley for J. Kucharski (90′).

Best player: Róbert Mak​

The player that probably impressed the most for Sydney was Róbert Mak.

His rating is (7.6) with 33 passes (81% accurate) and 3 key passes. He was won 2 duels out of 4. He performed 6 crosses.

Results of the day

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