Watch all the Mini Matches from Round 9

Need a refresh on what happened in all the matches in the Hyundai A-League Round 9? 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. 

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Melbourne City 0-3 Perth Glory

Ex-City star Bruno Fornaroli came back to haunt his former employers as he scored the opening goal in a much-needed win for last season’s defending premiers.

An own goal from Harrison Delbridge and a towering header from Tomi Mrcela after the break capped a dominant display from Glory as Jamie Maclaren drew a blank for the first time this season.

Wellington Phoenix 2-1 Western Sydney Wanderers

The Kiwi club made it three straight wins with a late triumph over a Wanderers team quickly sliding down the Hyundai A-League table.

Mexican star Ulises Davila converted a late – and contentious – penalty to snatch victory for the hosts at Eden Park, after Nicolai Muller had earlier cancelled out Jaushua Sotirio’s opener.

Sydney FC 5-1 Brisbane Roar

Adam Le Fondre scored his first Hyundai A-League hat-trick as the Sky Blues ran riot in Kogarah.

Milos Ninkovic and Trent Buhagiar scored Sydney’s other goals while it was only a penalty from Roy O’Donovan in stoppage-time at the end of the match that allowed Roar a tiny consolation.

Western United FC 3-1 Melbourne Victory

Besart Berisha fired a double against his former club to earn Western United the Westgate Derby bragging rights and make it back-to-back triumphs over Melbourne Victory.

Panagiotis Kone also got on the scoresheet as Mark Rudan's side snapped a three-match losing streak after Andrew Nabbout had fired the visitors ahead early on.

Adelaide United 2-1 Newcastle Jets

James Troisi’s late solo effort snatched three points for Adelaide as Newcastle Jets were left to rue missed chances in stifling conditions at Coopers Stadium.

The hometown hero struck his first goal for the Reds in the 83rd minute, after Jets defender Matt Millar's header had cancelled out George Blackwood's opener.


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