Hyundai A-League Performers of the Week: Round 10

Who starred for their respective teams in Round 10? We’ve crunched the Opta Data to pick out the best performing players across the league. 

Based on a range of metrics provided by the Hyundai A-League’s official data provider, here’s the standout players from the weekend's action. 

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Jamie Young (Roar)

Made five saves, the best of any keeper to keep a clean sheet, and 24 passes with an accuracy of 88%.

Jamie Young



Michael Zullo (Sydney FC)

Created three scoring chances, won four fouls, and provided an assist. 

Jordy Buijs (Sydney FC)

Made 36 passes with a 100% accuracy (the most of any player in Round 10), made six clearances, and had a shot on target.

Luke Wilkshire (Sydney FC)

Won three fouls, made three clearances, and created two goal-scoring opportunities. 

Luke Wilkshire
Luke Wilkshire impressed for Sydney FC


Wout Brama (Mariners)

Won six fouls and made 73 passes, round-high figures for both.

Adrian Mierzejewski (Sydney FC)

Created a round-high five scoring chances, made 40 passes in opposition territory, and bagged two goals.

Luke Brattan (City)

Made a team high 55 passes, contested 14 duels, and provided an assist.

Isaias (Reds)

Managed three shots, had a team high 50 passes (88% accuracy) and found a team mate with three crosses.

Alex Brosque (Sydney FC)

Had five shots at goal - three on target, a round-high, scored a goal, and created three scoring chances.

Adrian Miezejewski
Adrian Miezejewski was the star of Round 10


George Blackwood (Reds)

Came off the bench to score the winner against Victory, won two fouls, and contested seven duels.

Ross McCormack (City)

Scored the only goal of the game against Central Coast , completed 81% of his passses and created a chance for a team mate.

Ross McCormack
Ross McCormack