Watch all the McDonald’s Mini Matches from Round 13
Need to catch up on any of the Hyundai A-League action from Round 13? Well, we've got you covered with all the best bits in 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 last few days in the Hyundai A-League.
Western Sydney Wanderers 1-2 Brisbane Roar
For the second consecutive week, Brad Inman was Roar's goal-scoring hero as he struck a 61st-minute winner to sink the Wanderers on New Year's Day.
Earlier, Scott Neville scored Roar's maiden first-half goal for the campaign after cancelling out Mitch Duke's opener, with Robbie Fowler's troops breathing new life into their season.
Melbourne City 3-2 Western United FC
United must be sick of the sight of Jamie Maclaren after the City striker scored a second consecutive brace against the competition newcomers.
Maclaren's double - either side of Adrian Luna's goal - was decisive as Mark Rudan's side produced a spirited late fightback but fell short in a five-goal thriller at AAMI Park.
Wellington Phoenix 2-1 Central Coast Mariners
Wellington Phoenix continued their excellent run of form by accounting for Central Coast Mariners 2-1 at Sky Stadium.
Ufuk Talay's side raced into a two-goal advantage courtesy of Gary Hooper and Ulises Davila and although Luke DeVere's own goal gave the Mariners a lifeline, Phoenix proved too strong and moved into fourth position.
Sydney FC 2-1 Adelaide United
Paulo Retre capped off a brilliant week by firing a double as Sydney FC edged past Adelaide United.
The Sydney FC midfielder had signed a contract extension only days before his match-winning first half brace, which proved an unassailable buffer for Adelaide despite Riley McGree's goal.
Melbourne Victory 4-0 Newcastle Jets
Melbourne Victory are knocking on the door of the top six after their 4-0 demolition of Newcastle Jets.
Robbie Kruse was the star man for Marco Kurz's side, with his first half goal followed by Migjen Basha and Andrew Nabbout efforts, while Matt Millar's late own goal wrapped up a strong performance from Victory.