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 By PA Sport

Melbourne City rally to beat Adelaide United

Joshua Kennedy celebrates during Melbourne City's victory over Adelaide United.

A superb second-half fightback saw Melbourne City claim a 3-1 win over Adelaide United in the A-League.

Alberto Pablo Sanchez gave United a 32nd-minute lead but Safuwan Baharudin levelled things seven minutes after the break and Joshua Kennedy had City ahead three minutes later.

Iain Ramsay then sealed the win with three minutes remaining to hand City a first win in four and move them into the playoff positions.

Melbourne City boss John van 't Schip said after the game: "It's not that we don't create...

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Safuwan Baharudin strikes as Melbourne City beat Adelaide United

Melbourne City's Safuwan Baharudin talks about the reaction back home and how he misses Singapore.
Melbourne City's Safuwan Baharudin says it was a dream come true to play next to former Premier League player Damien Duff.

Singapore international Safuwan Baharudin scored his first A-League goal as Melbourne City came from behind to beat Adelaide United 3-1 at AAMI Park on Friday.

Safuwan, making his fourth appearance for the club, hooked the ball home after a goalmouth scramble to equalise for the home side after 52 minutes.

Three minutes later, Australia striker Josh Kennedy headed a second goal -- his first in the A-League -- to put Melbourne on their way to the three points that take them into the top six.