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AUSTRALIAN A-LEAGUE

2018/2019 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
3 Sydney FC 8 2 3 26
4 Melbourne C 7 2 4 23
5 Wellington P 6 4 3 22
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Western Sydney WanderersWestern Sydney Wanderers
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Perth GloryPerth Glory
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Melbourne City lost to 'better' Central Coast Mariners, not because of complacency

Central Coast Mariners grabbed their first win of the season and broke their 10-match losing streak being Melbourne City at the Central Coast Stadium.
Melbourne Victory forward James Troisi speaks on the team's tough schedule but insists they won't take any team for granted ahead of their match with Brisbane.

Melbourne City coach Warren Joyce insists his side didn't fall victim to complacency in their shock 2-1 loss to the Central Coast on Wednesday night.

Fourth-placed City struggled to make the most of their opportunities against the Mariners, who claimed their first win in 327 days with the victory and ended a 10-game losing streak.

But Joyce maintained his men hadn't arrived on the Central Coast believing anything short of a strong performance would get them the points.

"I think if you look at...

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Central Coast Mariners beat Melbourne City to end 327 day winless run

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Central Coast Mariners grabbed their first win of the season and broke their 10-match losing streak being Melbourne City at the Central Coast Stadium.

Central Coast's 327-day A-League drought is over, with a last-minute Matt Simon goal helping the Mariners to an upset 2-1 win over Melbourne City at Gosford.

The home side's' hearts appeared to be broken again when City equalised late through Lachlan Wales in front of a crowd of just over 4,000.

But, veteran striker Simon had the chance to win it when he was shoved over in the box by Rostyn Griffiths and referee Jarred Gillett pointed to the spot.

However, his initial effort was saved by Eugene Galekovic,...

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Ritchie de Laet fires Melbourne City to victory over Brisbane Roar

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Melbourne City improvised their way to another A-League win, beating battlers Brisbane Roar 1-0.

In the absence of sidelined striker Bruno Fornaroli, marquee full-back Ritchie de Laet led the line for City at AAMI Park, scoring the only goal of the game.

De Laet got in front of marker Jack Hingert and swept in Rostyn Griffiths' cross on 52 minutes to give Warren Joyce's side their third straight win in 2019.

The triumph lifts City to 23 points, equal with Melbourne Victory and Sydney FC.

While they're...