Hyundai A-League Performers of the Week
It was another incredible weekend of football in the Hyundai A-League with some outstanding individual displays across the competition.
But which players stood out?
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 the weekend's action.
Tando Velaphi (Phoenix) – Made two saves and had a massive 34 touches as Wellington managed to hold out the Glory 2-1 on the weekend.
Daniel Georgievski (Jets) – Notched a game-high 76 touches and made three crucial clearances as the Jets drew 2-2 away against the Wanderers.
Andrew Durante (Phoenix) – Was instrumental in his side’s home win against Perth, making nine clearances and boasting a team-high passing rate of 86%.
Nigel Boogaard (Jets) – A vital member of the Jets’ defence, he made four clearances, a block and won four duels – all of which were aerial.
Jordan Elsey (United) – Made three clearances and two interceptions, completed 76% of his passes and managed two shots on target, including a goal.
Andrew Hoole (Mariners) – Contested a match-high 26 duels, completed three out of a possible five crosses, scored a goal and made three key passes.
Daniel Adlung (United) – Recorded an assist and completed all four crosses, as well as having three shots and making four key passes.
Sarpreet Singh (Phoenix) – Scored the opening goal of the game on his starting debut and created another goal-scoring chance in the match.
Andrew Nabbout (Jets) – Scored a stunning equaliser as the Jets twice came from behind to secure a point at Spotless Stadium. Also managed a joint game-high 19 duels.
George Blackwood (United) – Netted the equaliser and totalled 7 shots overall, as well as completing 79% of his passes and contesting 8 aerial duels.
Dimitri Petratos (Jets) – Managed one goal, one assist, five shots and four key passes in a fantastic all-round display against the Wanderers.