Melbourne City continued their stellar start to the season, seeing off a determined Central Coast 3-1 at AAMI Park.
Curtis Good, Adrian Luna and Rostyn Griffiths netted for the home side, while Jordan Murray struck a late consolation for the Mariners.
The victory sees City secure top spot by three points, with Western Sydney to play on Saturday night.
City grabbed the lead through Good at a set piece in the 17th minute. Craig Noone took a corner short to Lachlan Wales, who whipped a cross into a...
It's Monday, so here's the good, bad and ugly from Round 4 in the A-League.
Genreau moves his way into starting frame
Sunday's 3-2 win over Wellington Phoenix was Denis Genreau's second start for Melbourne City in over two years. It was a selection of necessity for Erick Mombaerts given Jamie Maclaren's hamstring issues, but...
Talented teenager Sam Silvera scored on his first A-League start to help Central Coast to beat Perth 2-1 in an upset at HBF Park.
The 19-year-old's superb solo effort just before half time on Sunday secured the Mariners' first win of the season after drawing their first two outings.
The score was level at 1-1 before Australian youth international Silvera picked the pocket of sleepwalking Glory substitute Jacob Tratt and curled in a superb low finish from a tight angle.
The Glory had plenty of chances...