Watch all the McDonald’s Mini Matches from Round 14

Need to catch up on any of the Hyundai A-League action from Round 14? 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.

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Newcastle Jets 1-2 Sydney FC

The rock bottom Newcastle Jets showed some promising signs in their first match since the sacking of Ernie Merrick but a lack of cutting edge and two defensive meltdowns cost them in the Hunter.

Adam Le Fondre and Kosta Barabouses capitalised for the Hyundai A-League leaders in an otherwise uninspiring display from Steve Corica's side. Steven Ugarkovic hit a stunner for the Jets.

Wellington Phoenix 2-0 Western Sydney Wanderers

Ulises Davila and Liberato Cacace scored in either half for Wellington Phoenix to equal the club's record nine-match unbeaten run and consign Western Sydney Wanderers to 2-0 defeat in the Kiwi capital.

Mexican international Davila broke the deadlock with his ninth goal of the campaign and Ufuk Talay's men held their opponents at arm's length before making the three points secure through Cacace.

Brisbane Roar 2-2 Melbourne City

Brad Inman's double helped Brisbane Roar hold Melbourne City to a 2-2 draw at Suncorp.

The Roar midfielder clinched a first half brace - his third and fourth goals in three matches -either side of Craig Noone's second goal of the season, before Nathaniel Atkinson belted in an equaliser for the visitors.

Perth Glory 3-0 Adelaide United

Perth Glory romped to their fifth consecutive victory thanks to a dominant 3-0 win over struggling Adelaide United. 

Joel Chianese drew first blood for the reigning Premiers, who got comfortable via Bruno Fornaroli's deflected strike and added a third through Chris Ikonomidis.

Central Coast Mariners 3-2 Melbourne Victory

Two stoppage time penalties from Matt Simon saw Central Coast Mariners register a stunning 3-2 comeback win over Melbourne Victory.

Simon kept his nerve twice from the penalty spot deep into injury time in Gosford, earning the Mariners their first win over Victory since 2013.