Australian A-League Men

Adelaide Utd vs Sydney FC 2021-22 Australian A-League Men, Regular Season

  • 32': Stefan Mauk
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1 - 2
  • 10': Elvis Kamsoba
  • 73': Bobô

Introduction

Adelaide United are hosting Sydney FC at Coopers Stadium, Hindmarsh, Australia, starting on . The match is a part of the Australian A-League Men.

Match Commentary

  • 0': First Half begins.
  • 10': Goal! Adelaide United 0, Sydney FC 1. Elvis Kamsoba (Sydney FC) right footed shot from the left side of the box to the bottom left corner. Assisted by Trent Buhagiar.
  • 32': Goal! Adelaide United 1, Sydney FC 1. Stefan Mauk (Adelaide United) right footed shot from the centre of the box to the bottom right corner.
  • 45': Substitution, Adelaide United. Bernardo Oliveira replaces Craig Goodwin.
  • 52': Substitution, Sydney FC. Max Burgess replaces Mustafa Amini because of an injury.
  • 59': Substitution, Sydney FC. Bobô replaces Trent Buhagiar.
  • 59': Substitution, Sydney FC. Rhyan Grant replaces Connor O'Toole.
  • 59': Substitution, Sydney FC. Adam Le Fondre replaces Milos Ninkovic.
  • 65': James Donachie (Sydney FC) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.
  • 70': Substitution, Adelaide United. Joshua Cavallo replaces Stefan Mauk.
  • 71': Substitution, Sydney FC. Harry Van der Saag replaces Callum Talbot because of an injury.
  • 73': Goal! Adelaide United 1, Sydney FC 2. Bobô (Sydney FC) right footed shot from very close range to the bottom left corner. Assisted by Max Burgess.
  • 80': Substitution, Adelaide United. Mohamed Toure replaces Lachlan Brook.
  • 88': Penalty saved! Hiroshi Ibusuki (Adelaide United) fails to capitalise on this great opportunity, right footed shot saved in the bottom right corner.
  • 90': Andrew Redmayne (Sydney FC) is shown the yellow card.
  • 90'+3': VAR Decision: No Penalty Adelaide United.
  • 90'+6': Second Half ends, Adelaide United 1, Sydney FC 2.

Game Information

Competition: Australian A-League Men

Venue: Coopers Stadium
Location: Hindmarsh, Australia
Attendance: 7,245

Australian A-League Men Standings

POS TEAM GP GD PTS
1 Adelaide United 0 0 0
2 Brisbane Roar 0 0 0
3 Central Coast Mariners 0 0 0
4 Macarthur FC 0 0 0
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Statistics

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13 Fouls 11
0 Yellow Cards 2
0 Red Cards 0
3 Offsides 6
11 Corner Kicks 2
3 Saves 8
58.2 POSSESSION 41.8
16 SHOTS 12
9 ON GOAL 5
0.6 On Target % 0.4
0 Penalty Goals 0
1 Penalty Kicks Taken 0
475 Accurate Passes 328
575 Passes 426
0.8 Pass Completion % 0.8
5 Accurate Crosses 4
27 Crosses 12
0.2 Cross % 0.3
49 Long Balls 64
23 Accurate Long Balls 20
0.5 Long Balls % 0.3
3 Blocked Shots 4
15 Effective Tackles 13
29 Tackles 20
0.5 Tackle % 0.7
6 Interceptions 13
10 Effective Clearances 32
10 Clearances 32

Line-Ups

ADE Adelaide United (4-4-2)

No. Name
46 Tommaso Silvestri (GK)
22 Michael Jakobsen
25 Lachlan Barr
7 Ryan Kitto
21 Javi López
28 Juande
10 Isaías
11 Craig Goodwin
77 Lachlan Brook
15 Hiroshi Ibusuki
8 Stefan Mauk

SYD Sydney FC (4-4-2)

No. Name
20 Tom Heward-Belle (GK)
4 Alex Wilkinson
2 James Donachie Yellow Card
5 Connor O'Toole
25 Callum Talbot
8 Paulo Retre
6 Mustafa Amini
10 Milos Ninkovic
17 Anthony Cáceres
12 Trent Buhagiar
27 Elvis Kamsoba

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