Keeper: Michael Theo (Roar) - We could’ve easily picked Izzo or Vukovic, but Theo was on another level, including one diving save from a set piece and an extraordinary twisting tip away from Brosque’s flick.
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Defence: David Carney (Sydney FC) - No Zullo, no worries. Carney stepped in at left back and was, in the words of his coach, "excellent" at Suncorp.
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Alex Wilkinson (Sydney FC) - Another calm and efficient display from Wilko at Suncorp in the 0-0 draw; he’s having a superb season for the Sky Blues.
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Neil Kilkenny (City) - Was City’s best in the middle of the park, impressing with his distribution and tireless running. Helped protect his defenders and got forward a bit more as well with his deflected shot from the edge of the box leading to City’s goal.
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Midfield: Brandon O’Neill (Sydney FC) - @brannerz15 is one of the finest central midfielders in the league. Another who'd be close to a Socceroo call up after this top-class and tireless display in central midfield against Roar.
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Carl Valeri (Victory) - Had his hands full against City’s classy midfield but broke up plenty of attacks and led by example for his side in their 2-1 win.
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Nico Martinez (Wanderers) - His partnership with Santalab is a joy and he capped off the day with the final goal for the red and black in the 3-1 win over Phoenix in New Plymouth.
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Forwards: Marco Rojas (Victory) - A constant threat to City’s defence with his pace and movement. Won the penalty and also set up Berisha’s goal which sparked the comeback in their Melbourne Derby win.
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Diego Castro (Glory) - Is the Spaniard Glory’s greatest of all time striker? That’s the question after another master class at nib that had Perth fans on their feet in a crucial 3-2 win over Jets.
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Brendon Santalab (Wanderers) - Santa’s back and he’s spearheading a Wanderers revival with two expertly taken goals in New Plymouth – his second nearly bust the net!
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Tommy Oar (Roar) - Cleverly found space between the lines and gave Grant and Brillante a tough night with his pace and trickery. On another night would have scored.
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Coach of the round: Paul Okon (Central Coast Mariners) - That’s two wins from two with the Mariners after they sweated it out in Canberra to win 2-0 over the Reds - they just getting better and better under Okon’s stewardship.
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Subs bench: Danny Vukovic (Sydney FC), Paul Izzo (Mariners), Thomas Broich (Roar), Fabio Ferreira (Mariners), Fernando Brandan (City), Andrew Hoole (Jets)