Glory goalkeeper climbs red card ranking in dramatic draw
Perth Glory survived a chaotic final few minutes to preserve a 1-1 draw away to Western Sydney Wanderers on Sunday.
Dinjo Djulbic finished the match in goal after Liam Reddy was sent off late in what was a closely contested match.
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Reddy received the third straight red card of his career, surpassing Michael Theo (2) to become the 'keeper with the most straight red cards. He is third overall behind Nigel Boogaard (5) and Besart Berisha (4).
Glory finished the encounter with more Total Shots (13 to 12), Shots On Target (5 to 3), Shots From Inside The Box (9 to 8), Headed Shots (3 to 0), Corners (5 to 3) and Open Play Crosses (15 to 10).
Wanderers and Glory drew for the fifth time in their 18 meetings. It's also the first 1-1 draw between the sides since they produced the same scoreline at ANZ Stadium on 1 January 2017.
Western Sydney's solitary goal at Spotless Stadium breaks a five-game streak in which they have netted multiple goals.
Perth have now failed to score more than a single goal in five straight away games against the Wanderers; 25 April 2015 at Pirtek Stadium being the last time they found the scoresheet more than once in this fixture.