ICYMI: Hyundai A-League Round 7 wrap

Miss any of the weekend's sizzling Hyundai A-League action? Here's your wrap of how round seven played out.

REDS LEAVE IT LATE

Ryan Kitto was Adelaide's hero in Gosford, volleying home a 93rd minute winner to snap his side's three-game losing streak, clinching a 2-1 victory over Central Coast Mariners.

Earlier, Daniel Adlung's thunderbolt from outside the area had cancelled out Wout Brama's first-half penalty.

Adelaide

 

ROAR UP AND RUNNING

Brisbane had an unlikely goalscoring hero as they chalked up their first win of the season.

Defender Avraam Papadopoulos twice punished substandard Melbourne City defending to net a brace in his side's 3-1 victory at Suncorp Stadium.

French winger Eric Bautheac also scored his first Roar goal, with Stefan Mauk's strike eventually just a consolation for City.

Brisbane Roar

 

SKY BLUES BOUNCE BACK

The Jets suffered their first loss of the season, going down 2-1 to Sydney FC on a wet Saturday night at Allianz Stadium.

On the occasion of skipper Alex Brosque's 200th Hyundai A-League appearance, the Sky Blues went ahead after just five minutes through Milos Ninkovic.

Jets 'keeper Jack Duncan gifted Bobo a second after the break, with Dimi Petratos pulling one back for the visitors after 65 minutes.

Sydney Newcastle

 

VICTORY FIND FORM OUT WEST

Melbourne Victory finally notched their first win of the new campaign, overcoming Glory 2-0 in Perth.

After a goal-less first half, Besart Berisha and Leroy George scored goals in an 11-minute burst which ultimately decided the contest.

Glory were without Diego Castro and Adam Taggart, but did hand a debut to 16-year-old Jacob Italiano, who played the full 90 minutes.

Melbourne Victory

 

*The match between Western Sydney Wanderers and Wellington Phoenix was postponed.