Watch all the Mini Matches from Round 7
Need to catch up on all of the action from Hyundai A-League Round 7? 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 four matches that took place over the weekend.
Western Sydney Wanderers 2-3 Melbourne City
Jamie Maclaren continued his incredible hot-streak by notching a last-minute winner for Melbourne City in their thrilling 3-2 win over Wanderers on Friday.
The league's most in-form marksman scored twice at Bankwest Stadium, including in the second minute of stoppage time, to ensure Erick Mombaerts' side remain top of the Hyundai A-League ladder.
Wellington Phoenix 2-1 Brisbane Roar
Goals from Steven Taylor and Ulises Davila helped Wellington Phoenix notch their first win of the season over Saturday's opponents Brisbane Roar.
A captain's goal from Taylor and searing strike from Mexican Davila gave Ufuk Talay his maiden win in charge of the Kiwis.
Adelaide United 3-1 Melbourne Victory
Marco Kurz endured a tough return to South Australia as his Victory outfit fell 3-1 to red-hot Adelaide United on Saturday night.
Riley McGree bagged another two goals for Gertjan Verbeek's side, who secured their fourth straight victory.
Perth Glory 1-3 Sydney FC
Bruno Fornaroli scored a landmark goal but Perth Glory were picked off by a classy performance by the reigning Champions on Saturday evening in WA.
The Sky Blues notched two second half goals after Adam Le Fondre's early penalty to move within one point of leaders Melbourne City.
Central Coast Mariners 1-0 Western United
Central Coast secured their campaign's first home victory and first clean sheet in 38 Hyundai A-League games by holding out Western United on Sunday.
Alen Stajcic's side rode their luck with goalkeeper Mark Birighitti pulling off several good saves, while Giancarlo Gallifuoco delivered the decisive strike in the 49th minute.