Catch up with all the results, video highlights and reaction from an absorbing Hyundai A-League Round 14.
On Thursday night, the home side came back from a goal down to win it against a Phoenix side that had Roy Krishna sent off in the second half. Rostyn Griffiths' howitzer on the cusp of the break to draw level set the tone for a round that featured a number of cracking goals.
After a tumultuous week, interim coach Michael Valkanis engineered a precious win for City thanks to Ivan Franjic’s stunning, curling shot in the first half against a 10-man Wanderers who had Spanish defender Aritz Borda red-carded for his foolish indiscretion on Bruno Fornaroli.
The Jets’ revival continues following a stunning win in the Queensland capital. After losing Wayne Brown at half-time - he made a mercy dash to be at his pregnant wife’s side - it was Morten Nordstrand who iced the cake for the Hunter club with a late winner in a win that’s pushed Mark Jones' men firmly into the six ahead of the Wanderers in seventh.
The Victory juggernaut rolled out of Reds HQ with all three points thanks in large part to their big guns Berisha and Troisi as the Big V, in second spot on the ladder, stays within seven points of unbeaten league-leaders Sydney FC.
More fabulous entertainment in Gosford. It looked like the home side may have snagged a point with another exciting comeback to make it 2-2, but a late goal by David Carney had the Mariners fuming as the unbeaten Sky Blues walked away with all three points in front of over 11,000 fans.