Keeper: Thomas Sorensen (City) - Despite making a rare mistake for Wanderers’ first goal, the Dane and former EPL star made up for that blunder with a series of brilliant stops.
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Defence: Josh Risdon (Glory) - The new Socceroo stood up against Adelaide in the absence of the Thwaite and Djulbic to lead Glory's defence, particularly after the dismissal of centre back Alex Grant.
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Andrew Durante (Phoenix) - Immense in central defence as he marshalled an extremely young back four. A real captain’s knock by the great man.
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Dylan McGowan (Adelaide) - While the Reds’ creative hub bossed the game, the in-form defender was all class down back in the 3-1 win for Adelaide at nib.
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Dylan Fox (Phoenix) - An impressive debut from the young Australian defender in the draw with Roar.
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Midfield: Corona (Roar) - Pulled Brisbane’s midfield strings in typically assured fashion to help Roar to a 0-0 draw in Wellington.
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Marcelo Carrusca (Adelaide) - Delivered another high-quality performance and scored a sublime goal with his non-preferred right foot. Back to his best.
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Milos Ninkovic (Sydney FC) - Provided some moments of genuine class in Sydney’s win over the Jets, setting up Holosko’s goal with an exquisite chipped pass.
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Forwards: Kosta Barbarouses (Victory) - After a quiet couple of weeks, the Kiwi winger exploded back to form. Was Victory’s best attacking option and assisted all three goals in the thrilling 3-3 draw with the Mariners.
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Harry Novillo (City) - Ripped Wanderers apart with his individual brilliance in a display that featured a brace and included a beautifully struck winner in a high-quality 3-2 victory at AAMI.
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Bruno Fornaroli (City) - Best import to the A-League this season? No wonder that question is being pondered after another master-class from the pint-size Uruguayan maestro.
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Coach of the Round: Gui Amor (Adelaide) The Reds revolution under the former Barca great is gaining momentum fast after an eye-catching 3-1 win in the West that takes the Reds into sixth.