Tuesday 26 May 2020

All posts tagged A-League

Victory scrape home over Adelaide

Melbourne Victory 3 Adelaide United 2 Roy Hay There are very seldom dull Victory-United derbies, the one earlier this year at Adelaide Oval, being the exception. This one was anything but, with two bizarre own goals to begin with, a […]

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New City go down like old Heart

Melbourne City 1 Sydney FC 3 Roy Hay The new Melbourne City was a bit like the old Melbourne Heart as it went down to Sydney FC at

Weary Victory win at the death

Weary Victory win at the death Roy Hay A leg weary Melbourne Victory conjured up another goal in injury time—this time the winner against Sydney FC in the A-League Elimination

Kewell farewell but no result for Heart

Melbourne Heart 2 Western Sydney Wanderers 3 Roy Hay Melbourne Heart could not give skipper Harry Kewell a winning end to his career after going down by three goals to

Victory and Sydney cancel each other out

Melbourne Victory 1 Sydney FC 1 Roy Hay Melbourne Victory and Sydney FC cancelled each other out in a one-all draw at AAMI Park on Saturday night. Both sides would

Heart capitulate to leg-weary Mariners

Melbourne Heart 1 Central Coast Mariners 2 Roy Hay Melbourne Heart threw away a chance to close the gap on the teams above them when they conceded two second half

Heart sweep aside ten-man Victory

Heart sweep aside ten-man Victory Roy Hay Melbourne Heart continued its surge towards the finals by sweeping aside Melbourne Victory in the third derby of the season by four goals

Heart Stop Roar

Heart stop Roar: Melbourne Heart 1 Brisbane Roar 0 Roy Hay Melbourne Heart’s winning sequence continued with a single goal victory over league leader Brisbane Roar at AAMI Park on

Victory win in the Adelaide derby comes at a cost

Melbourne Victory 4 Adelaide United 3 Roy Hay Melbourne Victory conjured a narrow win over Adelaide United by four goals to three on Saturday night but the result came at

Victory at the death against unlucky Glory

Melbourne Victory 2 Perth Glory 1 (after extra time) Roy Hay After being on the back-foot for much of the ninety minutes, Melbourne Victory got a last gasp penalty kick

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