Watch all the McDonald’s Mini Matches from Round 10

Need to catch up on all of the action from Hyundai A-League Round 10? We’ve got you covered with our McDonald's Mini Matches.

Watch all the goals, saves, close shaves, flash points, dust ups, sights, sounds and reactions from the five matches that took place over the weekend. 

HOW TO WATCH: Every game of Hyundai A-League Round 11
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Brisbane Roar 0-2 Western United FC

The pressure is starting to build on Brisbane Roar and coach Robbie Fowler after they slumped to a disappointing defeat in front of their home fans.

Connor Pain and former Roar fan-favourite Besart Berisha scored first-half goals as Mark Rudan's side jumped up to third on the Hyundai A-League ladder.

Melbourne Victory 0-0 Wellington Phoenix

No goals but a feisty 90 minutes at AAMI Park as Phoenix increased their unbeaten run to five matches after a goalless draw with Victory.

But Ufuk Talay's side will feel they may have left with even more, especially as Victory were reduced to 10 men early in the second half.

Sydney FC 1-0 Central Coast Mariners

The pre-game predictions of a Sky Blues landslide win never eventuated as the Mariners pushed the home side all the way in Kogarah.

Kosta Barbarouses scored early on but the Mariners refused to buckle, and only a couple of excellent saves from Andrew Redmayne ensured Sydney FC kept their winning run going.

Perth Glory 2-0 Western Sydney Wanderers

It was Glory's defence that shone at both sides of the pitch to make it back-to-back wins for Tony Popovic's side.

Defenders Gregory Wüthrich and Alex Grant both got on the scoresheet while keeping the Wanderers in check at the other end, meaning the visitors have now lost five games on the bounce.

Newcastle Jets 0-4 Melbourne City

Nikolai Topor-Stanley's milestone 300th Hyundai A-League match isn't one he'll remember fondly after his Jets were thrashed in the Hunter.

Adrian Luna scored a first-half brace while compatriot Javier Cabrera and hot-shot Jamie Maclaren also got on the scoresheet as City flexed their muscles.

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