NEWCASTLE. Newcastle Jets finds the way to recover against Perth Glory with a goal on the T. Ostler 52′ and a goal on the R. Williams 90′.
The match was played at the McDonald Jones Stadium stadium in Newcastle on Saturday and it started at 5:00 pm local time. The referee was Adam Bavcar with the collaboration of Lance Greenshields and Brad Wright. The 4th official was Ben Abraham. The weather was rainy. The temperature was hot at 26.3 degrees Celsius or 79.41 Fahrenheit. The humidity was 83%.
- 54 Ball Possession 46
- 13 Total 13
- 6 On Target 4
- 3 Off Target 5
- 4 Shots blocked 4
- 110 Attack 96
- 51 Dangerous attack 39
- 78 Ball safe 77
- 0 Penalties 0
- 9 Corners 5
- 4 Off Sides 1
- 10 Total 7
- 4 Yellow Cards 1
- 0 Double Yellow 0
- 0 Red Card 0
- 4 Substitutions 4
Newcastle Jets had a strong ball possession 55% while Perth Glory was struggling with a 45% ball possession.
Attitude and shots
Newcastle Jets was putting more pressure with 51 dangerous attacks and 13 shots of which 6 were on target. Notwithstanding, that was not enough Newcastle Jets to win the match.
Newcastle Jets shot 13 times, 6 on target, 3 off target. On the other side, Perth Glory shot 13 times, 4 on target, 5 off target.
Newcastle Jets received 4 yellow cards (Brandon O’Neill, Beka Mikeltadze, Carl Jenkinson and Trent Buhagiar). Talking about the opposition, Perth Glory received 1 yellow card (Mark Beevers).
After playing this match, Newcastle Jets will have 25 points like Western United to soar in the 8th place. On the other side, Perth Glory will have 24 points like Macarthur to remain in the 9th place.
In the next match in the A-League, Newcastle Jets will play away with Sydney on the 29th of April with a 28-9 head to head in favor of Sydney (12 draws).
Perth Glory will host Western United on the 29th of April with a 6-2 head to head record in favor of Western United (1 draw).
Newcastle Jets – Formation
Newcastle Jets started with a conservative line-up (4-4-2).
The manager Arthur Thomas Papastamatis decided to play with the following team: Michael Weier, Thomas Kevin Aquilina , Carl Jenkinson , Matthew Jurman , Jason Hoffman , Trent Buhagiar , Brandon O’Neill , Angus Thurgate , Manabu Saito , Kosta Grozos and Beka Mikeltadze .
The home team had on the bench: Beka Dartsmelia, Jack Duncan, Mohamed Al-Taay, Callum Timmins, Dane Ingham, Daniel Stynes and Phillip Cancar.
Newcastle Jets made 4 changes: Jason Hoffman for Dane Ingham (66′), Manabu Saito for Daniel Stynes (79′), Kosta Grozos for Callum Timmins (82′) and Brandon O’Neill for Mohamed Al-Taay (82′).
Best player: Kosta Grozos
The most impressive player for Newcastle Jets was Kosta Grozos.
His rating iswith 1 goal, 24 passes (87% accurate) and 1 key pass. He was won 2 duels out of 8. He performed 8 crosses.
Perth Glory – Formation
Perth Glory started with a 4-4-1-1 line-up (4-4-1-1).
Ruben Zadkovich played with: Cameron Cook, Johnny Koutroumbis , Darryl Lachman , Mark Beevers , Jack Clisby , Trent Ostler , Aaron McEneff , Luke Bodnar , Keegan Jelacic , Ryan Williams and Adam Taggart .
They had on the bench: Jacob Muir, Zachary Duncan, Pierce Clarke, Joseph Forde, Jacob Dowse and Adam Zimarino .
Perth Glory made 4 changes: Luke Bodnar for Zach Duncan (46′), T. Ostler for Adam Zimarino (65′), Aaron McEneff for Jacob Muir (83′) and Jack Clisby for Jacob Dowse (83′).
Best player: Ryan Williams
As per our analysis, the most impressive player for Perth Glory was Ryan Williams.
His rating iswith 25 passes (64% accurate) and 2 key passes. He was won 5 duels out of 8. He performed 2 crosses.
Results of the day
These are the results of the day in the A-League.
- Sydney – Western Sydney Wanderers – 0-4
- Brisbane Roar – Western United – 1-0
- Newcastle Jets – Perth Glory – 2-2