Watch all the Mini Matches from Round 2
Ready to play catch up on all of the action from Hyundai A-League Round 2? We’ve got you covered with our 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.
Melbourne Victory 1-2 Western Sydney Wanderers
A stunner from Keanu Baccus and Alex Meier's first Hyundai A-League goal helped Western Sydney edge Victory 2-1 on Friday evening.
Ola Toivonen replied from the penalty spot, but it wasn't enough to salvage anything for Victory, who are still winless under Marco Kurz.
Western United 1-1 Perth Glory
Kristian Popovic's equaliser spoiled Western United's first home match celebrations on Saturday afternoon.
Panagiotis Kone had broken the deadlock in stunning style for the Hyundai A-League new boys but Popovic, sent on as a second half substitute by Perth boss Tony, secured the reigning Premiers a come from behind point.
Central Coast Mariners 1-1 Newcastle Jets
Milan Duric scored again for the Mariners but Alen Stajcic's side were pegged back by a second half penalty from Dimitri Petratos in Saturdays' F3 derby stalemate.
Serbian maestro Duric brought the house down in Gosford with a brilliant volley early on, but Petratos gave Newcastle a share of the spoils from the spot after a controversial retake.
Melbourne City 2-1 Adelaide United
Jamie Maclaren was at the double for City as Erick Mombaerts' men warmed up for their FFA Cup Final 2019 clash with Adelaide by beating the Reds 2-1 at AAMI Park on Sunday.
Caltex Socceroo star Maclaren scored twice in the space of four first half minutes, and although a resurgent Adelaide hit back through Riley McGree, City held on for their first win of the campaign.
Sydney FC 2-1 Wellington Phoenix
Rhyan Grant was the late hero for Sydney FC, as the reigning Champions survived an almighty scare from Wellington Phoenix in Sunday's 2-1 win.
The Sky Blues broke the deadlock early through Brandon O'Neill, but Phoenix responded brilliantly and equalised via Mexican attacker Ulises Davila.
Fortunately for Steve Corica's side, Australian international Grant popped up with an instinctively taken match-winner.