Perth Glory conquers Melbourne Victory 3-1. HIGHLIGHTS

PERTH. Perth Glory defeats Melbourne Victory 3-1.

Perth Glory conquers Melbourne Victory 3-1. HIGHLIGHTS

PERTH. Perth Glory conquers Melbourne Victory 3-1.

Perth Glory remained in 10 after Jack Clisby received a red card in the 51′. Even so, Perth Glory still found a way to win this match playing only in 10​.

The match was played at the nib Stadium stadium in Perth on Saturday and it started at 6:30 am local time. The referee was Stephen Lucas with the help of Josh Manella and Arvin Shanmuganathan. The 4th official was Shane Skinner. The weather was clear. The temperature was hot at 27.7 degrees Celsius or 81.79 Fahrenheit. The humidity was 40%.​

Match Statistics​

  • 49 Ball Possession 51
Shots
  • 15 Total 15
  • 8 On Target 3
  • 7 Off Target 12
  • 1 Shots blocked 5
  • 73 Attack 105
  • 48 Dangerous attack 45
  • 91 Ball safe​ 71
  • 0 Penalties 0
  • 7 Corners 5
  • 2 Off Sides 2
Fouls
  • 9 Total 6
  • 3 Yellow Cards 1
  • 0 Double Yellow 0
  • 1 Red Card 1
Other
  • 4 Substitutions 5

Ball possession

The ball possession was not so different. Perth Glory was in possession of the ball for 49% of the time vs. Melbourne Victory that controlled the ball for 51% of the time.

Attitude and shots

Perth Glory was putting more pressure with 48 dangerous attacks and 15 shots of which 8 were on target. This is one of the reasons why Perth Glory won the match​.

Perth Glory shot 15 times, 8 on target, 7 off target. Talking about the opposition, Melbourne Victory shot 15 times, 3 on target, 12 off target.

Cards

Perth Glory received 3 yellow cards (D. Lachman, Keegan Jelacic and Cameron Cook). On the opposite side, Melbourne Victory received 2 yellow cards (Noah Smith and Noah Smith).

(Perth Glory) was sent off after receiving a red card in the (51′).

Also, Melbourne Victory didn’t end the match with 11 players after Christopher Ikonomidis (Melbourne Victory) was sent off after receiving a straight red card in the (53′).

Match Timeline

Darryl Lachman- Yellow
35'
Ryan Williams(goal)
37'
Keegan Jelacic- Yellow
45'
45'
Noah Smith- Yellow
46'
Cadete- sub ->Noah Smith
48'
Noah Smith- Yellow
Jack Clisby- Red
51'
52'
Christopher Oikonomidis(var)
53'
Christopher Oikonomidis- Red
60'
Jay Barnett- sub ->Leigh Broxham
60'
Roderick Miranda- sub ->Matthew Bozinovski
Antonee Burke Gilroy- sub ->Keegan Jelacic
63'
Zach Duncan- sub ->Luke Bodnar
63'
Jacob Dowse- sub ->Salim Khelifi
65'
69'
Joshua Brillante(goal)Roderick Miranda
Adam Taggart- sub ->David Williams
71'
74'
Nishan Velupillay- sub ->Bruno Fornaroli
Adam Taggart(goal)
80'
84'
Tomi Juric- sub ->Ben Folami
Adam Taggart(goal)
87'
Cameron Cook- Yellow
87'

Standings

After playing this match, Perth Glory will have 17 points like Macarthur to sit in the 7th place. On the other side, Melbourne Victory will stay with 11 points to remain in the 12th 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 in favor of Western United (1 draw).

Melbourne Victory will host Brisbane Roar on the 29th of April with a 20-19 head to head in favor of Melbourne Victory (11 draws).

Perth Glory – Formation

Perth Glory
G
Cameron Cook 13.Australia
6.9
87'
D
Mark Beevers 5.England
6.6
D
Darryl Lachman 29.Curaçao
6.4
35'
D
Jack Clisby 14.Australia
6.6
51'
D
Johnny Koutroumbis 2.Australia
7.0
D
Salim Khelifi 10.Switzerland
6.8
65'
M
Luke Bodnar 4.Australia
7.1
63'
M
Mustafa Amini 8.Australia
6.8
M
Keegan Jelacic 16.Australia
6.4
63' 45'
F
Ryan Williams 7.Australia
7.4
Goals37'
F
David Williams 18.Australia
7.1
71'
Substitutes
G
Liam Reddy 33.Australia
D
Jacob Muir 37.Australia
M
Zach Duncan 19.Australia
6.4
63'
M
Antonee Burke Gilroy 21.Australia
6.4
63'
M
Jacob Dowse 3.Australia
8.1
65'
F
Adam Taggart 22.Australia
8.3
71' Goals80', 87'
F
Adam Zimarino 43.Australia

Perth Glory started with a 5-3-2 line-up (5-3-2).

The manager Ruben Zadkovich decided to play with the following team: Cameron Cook (6.9), Salim Khelifi (6.8), Johnny Koutroumbis (7.0), Darryl Lachman (6.4), Mark Beevers (6.6), Jack Clisby (6.6), Mustafa Amini (6.8), Luke Bodnar (7.1), Keegan Jelacic (6.4), Ryan Williams (7.4) and David Williams (7.1).

The home team had on the bench: Zachary Duncan (6.4), Antonee Burke-Gilroy (6.4), Jacob Dowse (8.1), Adam Taggart (8.3), Adam Zimarino, Jacob Muir and Liam Reddy.

Substitutions

Perth Glory made 4 changes: Keegan Jelacic for Antonee Burke-Gilroy (63′), Luke Bodnar for Zachary Duncan (63′), Salim Khelifi for Jacob Dowse (65′) and David Williams for Adam Taggart (71′).

Best player: Adam Taggart​

Following our analysis, the most impressive player for Perth Glory was Adam Taggart.

His rating is (8.3) with 2 goals, 2 passes (50% accurate) and 0 key passes. He performed 1 cross.

His performance was remarkable also because he started the match from the bench before entering the filed in the 71′.

Melbourne Victory – Formation

Melbourne Victory
G
Matt Acton 1.Australia
6.1
D
Matthew Spiranovic 5.Australia
6.1
D
Jason Geria 2.Australia
6.9
D
Matthew Bozinovski 31.Australia
6.5
60'
D
Noah Smith 25.Australia
7.1
46' 48'
M
Leigh Broxham 6.Australia
6.1
60'
M
Joshua Brillante 8.Australia
7.2
Goals69'
M
Jake Brimmer 22.Australia
6.5
M
6.6
53'
M
Ben Folami 11.Australia
6.4
84'
F
Bruno Fornaroli 10.Uruguay
6.8
74'
Substitutes
G
Ahmad Taleb 30.Australia
D
Roderick Miranda 21.Portugal
6.6
60'
D
Cadete 3.Spain
6.8
46'
M
Eli Adams 29.Australia
M
Jay Barnett 14.Australia
6.8
60'
F
Tomi Juric 9.Australia
84'
F
Nishan Velupillay 24.Australia
6.8
74'

Melbourne Victory started with a 4-2-3-1 line-up (4-2-3-1).

Tony Popović played with: Matt Acton (6.1), Jason Geria (6.9), Matthew Bozinovski (6.5), Matthew Špiranović (6.1), Noah Smith (7.1), Joshua Brillante (7.2), Leigh Broxham (6.1), Christopher Ikonomidis (6.6), Jake Brimmer (6.5), Ben Folami (6.4) and Bruno Fornaroli (6.8).

The following players were sitting on the bench: Roderick Miranda (6.6), Cadete (6.8), Tomi Jurić, Nishan Velupillay (6.8), Eli Adams, Ahmad Taleb and Jay Barnett (6.8).

Substitutions

Melbourne Victory made 5 changes: Noah Smith for Kike Cadete (46′), Leigh Broxham for J. Barnett (60′), Matthew Bozinovski for Roderick Miranda (60′), Bruno Fornaroli for N. Velupillay (74′) and Ben Folami for Tomi Juric (84′).

Best player: Joshua Brillante​

As per our analysis, the most impressive player for Melbourne Victory was Joshua Brillante.

His rating is (7.2) with 1 goal, 46 passes (86% accurate) and 0 key passes. He was won 6 duels out of 8.

Results of the day

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