Central Coast Mariners defeats Western Sydney Wanderers 3-0. HIGHLIGHTS

SYDNEY. Central Coast Mariners was after all too good for Western Sydney Wanderers.

Central Coast Mariners defeats Western Sydney Wanderers 3-0. HIGHLIGHTS

SYDNEY. Central Coast Mariners was finally too good for Western Sydney Wanderers with the goal of M. Ruhs (66′), M. Ruhs (73′) and S. Silvera (82′).

The match was played at the Commbank Stadium stadium in Sydney on Saturday and it started at 7:45 pm local time. The referee was Kurt Ams with the collaboration of Kearney Robinson and Matthew McOrist. The 4th official was Hassan Jomaa. The weather was clear. The temperature was pleasant at 16.9 degrees Celsius or 62.44 Fahrenheit. The humidity was 70%.​

Match Statistics​

  • 52 Ball Possession 48
Shots
  • 9 Total 17
  • 1 On Target 8
  • 8 Off Target 9
  • 3 Shots blocked 1
  • 113 Attack 115
  • 30 Dangerous attack 53
  • 85 Ball safe​ 78
  • 0 Penalties 0
  • 1 Corners 11
  • 4 Off Sides 1
Fouls
  • 8 Total 15
  • 3 Yellow Cards 2
  • 0 Double Yellow 0
  • 0 Red Card 0
Other
  • 4 Substitutions 5

Ball possession

The ball possession was not so different. Western Sydney Wanderers was in possession of the ball for 52% of the time vs. Central Coast Mariners that controlled the ball for 48% of the time.

Attitude and shots

Central Coast Mariners was putting more pressure with 53 dangerous attacks and 17 shots of which 8 were on target. This is one of the reasons why Central Coast Mariners won the match.​

Western Sydney Wanderers shot 9 times, 1 on target, 8 off target. On the opposite side, Central Coast Mariners shot 17 times, 8 on target, 9 off target.

Cards

Western Sydney Wanderers received 3 yellow cards (A. Traore, T. Mrcela and R. Najjarine). Talking about the opposition, Central Coast Mariners received 3 yellow cards (N. Montgomery, B. Kaltak and B. Nkololo).

Match Timeline

A. Traore- Yellow
1'
11'
N. Montgomery- Yellow
25'
B. Kaltak- Yellow
27'
B. Nkololo- Yellow
T. Mrcela- Yellow
27'
R. Tongyik- sub ->A. Traore
46'
R. Najjarine- Yellow
49'
64'
G. Kuol- sub ->P. Ayongo
65'
M. Ruhs- sub ->Marco Tulio
66'
M. Ruhs(goal)
73'
M. Ruhs(goal)
Z. Sapsford- sub ->S. Krpic
75'
A. Lopane- sub ->R. Najjarine
75'
79'
S. Silvera- sub ->B. Nkololo
79'
D. Hall- sub ->M. Balard
82'
S. Silvera(goal)
A. Badolato- sub ->M. Ninkovic
83'
85'
S. Roux- sub ->J. Farrell

Standings

Next matches

In the next match in the A-League, Western Sydney Wanderers will play away with Melbourne City on the 28th of April with a 11-10 head to head stats in favor of Western Sydney Wanderers (6 draws).

Central Coast Mariners will play away agasint Adelaide United on the 29th of April with a 23-21 head to head in favor of Adelaide United (5 draws).

Western Sydney Wanderers – Formation

Western Sydney Wanderers
G
L. Thomas 20.Australia
6.4
D
M. Guedes Filho 6.Brazil
7.4
D
A. Traoré 3.Côte d'Ivoire
6.8
46' 1'
D
T. Mrčela 5.Australia
6.4
27'
D
G. Cleur 2.Australia
6.1
M
M. Ninković 10.Serbia
6.5
83'
M
R. Amalfitano 17.France
6.4
M
C. Nieuwenhof 28.Australia
6.9
M
B. Borrello 26.Australia
5.5
F
S. Krpić 11.Bosnia and Herzegovina
7.0
75'
F
R. Najjarine 7.Australia
6.2
75' 49'
Substitutes
G
D. Margush 1.Australia
D
D. Wilmering 19.Australia
D
A. Bonetig 33.Australia
D
R. Tongyik 12.Australia
5.5
46'
F
A. Badolato 37.Australia
83'
F
A. Lopane 36.Australia
6.9
75'

Western Sydney Wanderers adopted the conservative line-up (4-4-2).

The manager Marko Ante Rudan decided to play with the following team: Lawrence Thomas (6.4), Gabriel Cleur (6.1), Tomislav Mrčela (6.4), Marcelo (7.4), Adama Traoré (6.8), Brandon Borrello (5.5), Calem Nieuwenhof (6.9), Romain Amalfitano (6.4), Miloš Ninković (6.5), Sulejman Krpić (7.0) and Ramy Najjarine (6.2).

The home team had on the bench: Zachary Sapsford (6.6), Daniel Wilmering, Alexander Badolato, Alex Bonetig, Daniel Margush, Alessandro Lopane (6.9) and Ruon Tongyik (5.5).

Substitutions

Western Sydney Wanderers made 4 changes: A. Traore for R. Tongyik (46′), S. Krpic for Z. Sapsford (75′), R. Najjarine for A. Lopane (75′) and M. Ninkovic for A. Badolato (83′).

Best player: Marcelo​

Following our analysis, the most impressive player for Western Sydney Wanderers was Marcelo.

His rating is (7.4) with 48 passes (89% accurate) and 0 key passes. He was won 6 duels out of 8.

Central Coast Mariners – Formation

Central Coast Mariners
G
D. Vuković 20.Australia
6.7
D
B. Kaltack 3.Vanuatu
7.4
25'
D
T. Aquilina 2.Australia
6.8
D
N. Triantis 25.Australia
7.6
D
J. Farrell 18.Australia
7.3
85'
M
J. Nisbet 4.Australia
7.1
M
M. Balard 6.Australia
6.7
79'
M
B. NKololo 11.France
7.4
79' 27'
M
M. Oliveira Lemos 98.Brazil
7.1
65'
F
J. Cummings 9.Scotland
6.8
F
P. Ayongo 90.Ghana
6.7
64'
Substitutes
G
Y. Sözer 24.Australia
D
K. Christian 17.Nigeria
D
S. Roux 15.New Zealand
85'
D
D. Hall 23.Australia
6.7
79'
F
S. Silvera 7.Australia
7.1
79' Goals82'
F
G. Kuol 14.Australia
8.0
64'
F
M. Ruhs 21.Australia
8.9
65' Goals66', 73'

Also Central Coast Mariners adopted the conservative line-up (4-4-2).

Nick Montgomery played with: Danny Vukovic (6.7), Thomas Kevin Aquilina (6.8), Nectarios Triantis (7.6), Brian Kaltack (7.4), Jacob Farrell (7.3), Marco Túlio (7.1), Maximilien Balard (6.7), Joshua Nisbet (7.1), Beni Nkololo (7.4), Paul Ayongo (6.7) and Jason Cummings (6.8).

They had on the bench: Samuel Silvera (7.1), Garang Kuol (8.0), Yaren Sözer, Kelechi Christian, Storm Roux, Michael Ruhs (8.9) and Daniel Hall (6.7).

Substitutions

Central Coast Mariners made 5 changes: P. Ayongo for G. Kuol (64′), Marco Tulio for M. Ruhs (65′), B. Nkololo for S. Silvera (79′), M. Balard for D. Hall (79′) and J. Farrell for S. Roux (85′).

Best player: Michael Ruhs​

The most impressive player for Central Coast Mariners was Michael Ruhs.

His rating is (8.9) with 2 goals, 4 passes (50% accurate) and 0 key passes. He was won 2 duels out of 5.

His performance was remarkable also because he started the match from the bench before entering the filed in the 65′.

Results of the day

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