Hyundai A-League Performers of the Week: Round 24

Sydney FC all but secured a second-straight Hyundai A-League Premiership while Perth Glory gave their chances of finals football a huge boost in Round 24. 

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 24. 

Hyundai A-League Team of the Week

GOALKEEPER

Liam Reddy (Glory) - Made three saves and kept a clean sheet as Glory edged Victory 1-0 in Perth. 

DEFENDERS

Paulo Retre (Sydney FC) - Made the most passes of any Sydney FC player and also created two chances, providing one assist.

Rhys Williams (Victory) - Made four interceptions, the most of any Victory player as his side fell to a hard-fought loss to Perth. 

Michael Jakobsen (City) - Scored with his only effort on goal, won all three of his duels and completed 85% of his passes in City's 3-0 win over Western Sydney. 

Scott Jamieson (City) - Created two chances, attempted 45 passes and regained possession five times.

Michael Jakobsen
Michael Jakobsen

MIDFIELDERS

Johan Absalonsen (Reds) - Attempted three shots, created four chances and both scored and assisted in his side's win over Newcastle. 

Daniel Adlung (Reds) - Scored with two of his three shots and completed a game-high 90.9% of his passes in the opposition half. 

Nathan Burns (Phoenix) - Attempted five shots, created three chances, provided one assist and completed 91.4% of his passes in Phoenix's draw with Roar. 

Milos Ninkovic (Sydney FC) - Scored with his only effort on goal, created one chance and regained possession a game-high 11 times as Sydney beat Central Coast. 

Adelaide United celebrate one of Daniel Adlung's first-half goals.
Adelaide United celebrate one of Daniel Adlung's first-half goals.

ATTACKERS

Andrija Kaluderovic (Phoenix) - Played 90 mins, scored one goal, attempted three shots and created three chances.

Bruno Fornaroli (City) - Fired in a game-high five shots and had three shots on target, while also both scoring and assisting in City's big win.