Hyundai A-League Performers of the Week: Round 19

The Hyundai A-League's top three teams continue to roll on with Sydney FC, Newcastle Jets and Melbourne City all recording victories in Round 19. 

But which individuals stood out from the weekend's action? 

We’ve crunched the Opta Data to pick out the best performing players across the Hyundai A-League.

Based on a range of metrics provided by the Hyundai A-League’s official data provider, here are the standout players from Round 19. 


Dean Bouzanis (City) - Made seven saves, three more than any other player, and finished with a save percentage of 88%.


Raúl Llorente (Wanderers) - Made three interceptions, created three scoring chances, and made 37 pass attempts (78% accuracy).

Nigel Boogaard (Jets) - Made five clearances, scored a goal, and won 9/13 duels contested.

Brendan Hamill (Wanderers) - Made a round-high three blocks, and finished with a passing accuracy of 84% from 31 attempts.

Luke Wilkshire (Sydney FC) - Finished with a passing accuracy of 88% from 43 attempts, blocked one shot, and won 80% of duels contested (4/5).

Raul Llorente
Raul Llorente


Milos Ninkovic (Sydney FC) - Created one scoring chance, scored a goal, and finished with a passing accuracy of 88% from 48 attempts.

Joshua Brillante (Sydney FC) - Made 72 pass attempts with an accuracy of 94%, and created two scoring chances.

Jaushua Sotirio (Wanderers) - Scored a goal, won 3/6 duels, and attempted 21 passes for an accuracy of 76%.

Stefan Mauk (City) - Scored a goal and finished with a passing accuracy of 96% (from 48 attempts), the best of any player to attempt more than five passes.

Stefan Mauk
Stefan Mauk


Andy Keogh (Glory) - Created a scoring chance and scored from one of his two shots at goal.

Marcin Budzinski (City) - Created four scoring chances, including an assist, and also scored a goal of his own.

Marcin Budzinski
Marcin Budzinski