Hyundai A-League Performers of the Week: Round 7

Who starred for their respective teams in Round 7? 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. 


Jamie Young (Roar)

Made five saves against City and finished with the best save percentage (83%) of any keeper to save more than one shot.

Jamie Young



Ersan Gulum (Reds)

Had a duel success rate of 82% from his 11 duels contested against CCM, the second-highest success rate of any player (10+ duels).



Thomas Deng (Victory)

Blocked two shots, contested eight duels, and completed 90% of his passes in his side's win over Glory. 



Avraam Papadopoulos (Roar)

The only player across the round to score 2+ goals in a game. Also made five clearances and four interceptions as Roar downed City. 

Avraam Papadopoulos


Jason Geria (Victory)

Made a round-high 7 tackles to help Victory to a 2-0 away win over Perth Glory.

Jason Geria



Leroy George (Victory)

Created three scoring chances, made 10 crosses, and scored a goal from his only shot at goal against Glory. 

Victory attacker Leroy George


Mark Milligan (Victory)

Created three scoring chances, had two shots at goal and made 54 passes in a dominant performance in the West. 

Mark Milligan


Carl Valeri (Victory)

Made 56 passes with an accuracy of 91% against Perth, the most passes of any player with a success rate above 90%. 

Carl Valeri


Milos Ninkovic (Sydney FC)

Made 51 passes, scored a goal, and contested six duels in Sydney's 2-1 win over the Jets.

Milos Ninkovic



Besart Berisha (Victory)

Had eight touches in the opposition box and scored from one of his two shots at goal.

Melbourne Victory


Bobo (Sydney FC)

Contested 27 duels, six more than any other player and had seven shots at goal - two more than any other player. Scored the decisive goal against the Jets.