Australian A-League Men

Brisbane vs Western Sydney 2021-22 Australian A-League Men, Regular Season

  • 27': Nikola Mileusnic
  • 65': Nikola Mileusnic
  • 74': Rahmat Akbari
FT
3 - 0

Introduction

Brisbane Roar are hosting Western Sydney Wanderers at Kayo Stadium, Queensland, Australia, starting on . The match is a part of the Australian A-League Men.

Match Commentary

  • 0': First Half begins.
  • 27': Goal! Brisbane Roar FC 1, Western Sydney Wanderers FC 0. Nikola Mileusnic (Brisbane Roar FC) right footed shot from the centre of the box to the bottom left corner. Assisted by Jay O'Shea.
  • 31': Jay O'Shea (Brisbane Roar FC) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.
  • 37': Corey Brown (Brisbane Roar FC) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.
  • 45'+5': First Half ends, Brisbane Roar FC 1, Western Sydney Wanderers FC 0.
  • 61': Substitution, Western Sydney Wanderers FC. Keijiro Ogawa replaces Jack Rodwell.
  • 61': Substitution, Western Sydney Wanderers FC. Bernie Ibini-Isei replaces Ramy Najjarine.
  • 65': Goal! Brisbane Roar FC 2, Western Sydney Wanderers FC 0. Nikola Mileusnic (Brisbane Roar FC) right footed shot from very close range to the high centre of the goal.
  • 70': Substitution, Brisbane Roar FC. Juan Eduardo Lescano replaces Henry Hore.
  • 74': Goal! Brisbane Roar FC 3, Western Sydney Wanderers FC 0. Rahmat Akbari (Brisbane Roar FC) right footed shot from the centre of the box to the bottom left corner.
  • 78': Substitution, Western Sydney Wanderers FC. Tass Mourdoukoutas replaces Adama Traoré.
  • 78': Substitution, Western Sydney Wanderers FC. Terry Antonis replaces Keanu Baccus.
  • 78': Substitution, Brisbane Roar FC. Josh Brindell-South replaces Jack Hingert.
  • 81': Substitution, Western Sydney Wanderers FC. Alessandro Lopane replaces Tomer Hemed.
  • 88': Substitution, Brisbane Roar FC. Jez Lofthouse replaces Nikola Mileusnic.
  • 88': Substitution, Brisbane Roar FC. Anton Mlinaric replaces Rahmat Akbari.

Game Information

Competition: Australian A-League Men

Venue: Kayo Stadium
Location: Queensland, Australia
Attendance: 5,137

Australian A-League Men Standings

POS TEAM GP GD PTS
31 Melbourne City FC 14 4 1
24 Western Sydney Wanderers 15 6 3
23 Central Coast Mariners 15 2 6
23 Adelaide United 15 5 4
Full Table

Statistics

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10 Fouls 7
2 Yellow Cards 0
0 Red Cards 0
3 Offsides 2
2 Corner Kicks 5
2 Saves 4
40.4 POSSESSION 59.6
17 SHOTS 8
7 ON GOAL 2
0.4 On Target % 0.3
0 Penalty Goals 0
0 Penalty Kicks Taken 0
344 Accurate Passes 557
432 Passes 627
0.8 Pass Completion % 0.9
4 Accurate Crosses 7
12 Crosses 32
0.3 Cross % 0.2
60 Long Balls 51
25 Accurate Long Balls 26
0.4 Long Balls % 0.5
4 Blocked Shots 1
6 Effective Tackles 5
12 Tackles 10
0.5 Tackle % 0.5
8 Interceptions 8
30 Effective Clearances 12
30 Clearances 12

Line-Ups

BRR Brisbane Roar (4-4-2)

No. Name
1 Macklin Freke (GK)
27 Kai Trewin
2 Scott Neville
3 Corey Brown Yellow Card
19 Jack Hingert
8 Ville Matti Steinmann
15 Jesse Daley
10 Nikola Mileusnic
13 Henry Hore
26 Jay O'Shea
7 Rahmat Akbari

WSW Western Sydney Wanderers (4-2-3-1)

No. Name
20 Tomás Mejías (GK)
33 Mark Natta
22 Johnny Koutroumbis
3 Adama Traoré
39 Thomas Aquilina
5 Jack Rodwell
8 Steven Ugarkovic
17 Keanu Baccus
10 Tomer Hemed
23 Dimitrios Petratos
7 Ramy Najjarine

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