Sydney FC's clinical strikeforce show Wanderers how it's done
The Sky Blues showed how clinical they can be in Sunday's Sydney Derby.
Despite finishing with nine total shots compared to Sydney FC's eight, Wanderers were unable to capitalise on their chances, losing 3-1.
On the other hand, the Sky Blues showed why they take their foreign scouting so seriously.
Brazilian Bobo (one goal) and Poland international Adrian Mierzejewski (two goals) confirming Sydney's impressive comeback win with a clinical display in front of goals.
The pair has now scored an impressive 33 goals between them in a total of 53 for the team.
And with 20 fouls conceded (compared to 12 by Sydney FC), Wanderers will rue giving away the foul for the Pole's moment of magic from a set piece.
The loss showing Josep Gombau still has a way to go.
Since he became Wanderers coach, the club has won just five of its 14 games (W5, D3, L6).
OTHER MATCH FACTS
- After winning three games in a row from February 28, 2015, to January 16, 2016, against the Western Sydney Wanderers, Sydney FC have won three of their last seven against the Wanderers (including the last two) (W3, D3, L1).
- Sydney FC has now won 16 of their 21 games this A-League season and have won four in a row (W16, D4, L1).
- Sydney FC's David Carney lost possession 28 times in this game, the most by any player.
- Keanu Baccus lost possession 22 times, the most by a Wanderers player in this game.