Re-live: Troisi leaves it late for Victory, Phoenix's remarkable comeback triumph
Fans were treated to an enthralling night of Hyundai A-League drama on Saturday night.
It all kicked off with a sensational five-goal thriller in Wellington, where Phoenix came from two-goals down to beat Central Coast Mariners 3-2.
Then, reigning Champions Melbourne Victory left it late to steal all three points against Newcastle Jets, with James Troisi firing in what could prove to be an important winner in the scheme of their title defence.
Re-live all the drama in the live blog below!
REPORT: Krishna leads Phoenix comeback to leave 10-man Mariners stunned
REPORT: Late Troisi winner breaks Newcastle hearts
ANALYSIS: City match-winner De Laet the symbol of Joyce's unconventional Premiership bid
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