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Opposite Skylight – Australia – A-League Men 2023: Melbourne lead only with win

Opposite Skylight – Australia – A-League Men 2023: Melbourne lead only with win

Melbourne Victory lead the Australian Championship after a setback to Wellington. Valère Germain and the Bulls struggle to win in 2024 and Marco Túlio says goodbye to the Central Coast.

there A-League Men It bid farewell to one of its best players, Brazilian star Marco Tullio. Attacker Central Coast Marines Out in style, his long-range strike allowed his team to beat him Western Sydney Wanderers (1-0), his last before joining Japan. This allows success Marines They will need to overturn their worst start to the season to move up to fifth in the table with a seven-game unbeaten run.

Japanese striker Hiroshi Ibuzuki,Adelaide UnitedMan of the match by scoring a brace to earn a point in the draw (2-2) against his team. Wellington Phoenix. The striker's performance allowed Red To return twice in front of more than 11,000 spectators Coopers Stadium. And Melbourne benefited from the win. On Saturday evening, Popovic's men scored in the last minute to grab the three points Perth Glory (3-2) at HBF Park. Despite Perth outnumbered, a fine individual move from Ben Folamie allowed his side to remain unbeaten, but above all to take a two-point lead in the points table. Consider Zinédine Machach's fourth goal in Australia, his best performance of his entire career.

At this time, City of Melbourne No gift was given Western United The former Auxerreis, with a fine equalizer from Hamza Saghi, before Terry Antonis' winning goal. The 2022 Australian champions are mired in sporting and financial crisis. For his part, Aurelio continues Vidmar's momentum City dwellers, now back to within five points of first place. The club will act behind the scenes and open the January saga with either a contract renewal or Jamie McLaren's exit. Finally, Newcastle And MacArthur Neutral (1-1) and Ben Kahn can't do anything Sydney F.CHis first, conceding a goal less than a minute in, then a second just before halftime, for his debut on the bench. Brisbane. The Roar is on a four-game losing streak.

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Antoine Blanchett-Quérin

Antoine Blanchett-Quérin

Lucarne specializes in Australian, New Zealand and Oceanian football for Opposée.