Australian A-League Men

CC Mariners vs Melbourne City 2023-24 Australian A-League Men, Regular Season

  • 54': Ángel Quiñones (P)
  • 90'+3': Maximilien Balard
FT
2 - 1
  • 50': Tolgay Arslan

Introduction

Central Coast Mariners are hosting Melbourne City FC at Industree Group Stadium, New South Wales, Australia, starting on . The match is a part of the Australian A-League Men.

Match Commentary

  • 18': Alessandro Lopane (Melbourne City) is shown the yellow card.
  • 27': Storm Roux (Central Coast Mariners) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.
  • 45'+4': First Half ends, Central Coast Mariners 0, Melbourne City 0.
  • 45': Substitution, Central Coast Mariners. Alou Kuol replaces Ryan Edmondson.
  • 45': Substitution, Central Coast Mariners. Christian Theoharous replaces Nathan Paull.
  • 45': Substitution, Central Coast Mariners. Bradley Tapp replaces Miguel Di Pizio.
  • 45': Second Half begins Central Coast Mariners 0, Melbourne City 0.
  • 50': Goal! Central Coast Mariners 0, Melbourne City 1. Tolgay Arslan (Melbourne City) right footed shot from the centre of the box to the bottom right corner. Assisted by Max Caputo.
  • 54': Goal! Central Coast Mariners 1, Melbourne City 1. Ángel Torres (Central Coast Mariners) converts the penalty with a left footed shot to the centre of the goal.
  • 62': Substitution, Melbourne City. Mathew Leckie replaces Alessandro Lopane.
  • 62': Substitution, Melbourne City. Marco Tilio replaces Marin Jakolis.
  • 67': Substitution, Melbourne City. Jimmy Jeggo replaces Terry Antonis.
  • 67': Substitution, Melbourne City. Jamie Maclaren replaces Max Caputo.
  • 74': Substitution, Melbourne City. Harry Politidis replaces Vicente Fernández.
  • 85': Substitution, Central Coast Mariners. Jing Reec replaces Ángel Torres.
  • 90'+3': Goal! Central Coast Mariners 2, Melbourne City 1. Max Balard (Central Coast Mariners) right footed shot from the centre of the box to the bottom left corner. Assisted by Joshua Nisbet.
  • 90'+8': Second Half ends, Central Coast Mariners 2, Melbourne City 1.

Game Information

Competition: Australian A-League Men

Venue: Industree Group Stadium
Location: New South Wales, Australia
Attendance: 3,266

Australian A-League Men Standings

POS TEAM GP GD PTS
+13 Wellington Phoenix FC 26 50 4
+18 Central Coast Mariners 25 49 6
+11 Melbourne Victory 26 42 4
0 Macarthur FC 26 41 7
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Statistics

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20 Fouls 7
1 Yellow Cards 1
0 Red Cards 0
2 Offsides 1
7 Corner Kicks 4
2 Saves 9
60.7 Possession 39.3
19 SHOTS 12
9 ON GOAL 4
0.5 On Target % 0.3
0 Penalty Goals 1
0 Penalty Kicks Taken 1
486 Accurate Passes 286
566 Passes 363
0.9 Pass Completion % 0.8
4 Accurate Crosses 6
22 Crosses 15
0.2 Cross % 0.4
54 Long Balls 63
31 Accurate Long Balls 28
0.6 Long Balls % 0.4
3 Blocked Shots 4
8 Effective Tackles 8
12 Tackles 19
0.7 Tackle % 0.4
2 Interceptions 7
10 Effective Clearances 19
10 Clearances 19

Line-Ups

CCM Central Coast Mariners (5-4-1)

No. Name
20 Danny Vukovic (GK)
3 Brian Kaltack
33 Nathan Paull
23 Daniel Hall
2 Mikael
15 Storm Roux Yellow Card
4 Joshua Nisbet
6 Maximilien Balard
11 Ángel Quiñones
39 Miguel Di Pizio
99 Ryan Edmondson

MCY Melbourne City FC (4-2-3-1)

No. Name
1 Jamie Young (GK)
22 Curtis Good
4 Nuno Reis
14 Vicente Fernández
25 Callum Talbot
10 Tolgay Arslan
17 Terry Antonis
6 Steven Ugarkovic
37 Max Caputo
21 Alessandro Lopane Yellow Card
44 Marin Jakolis

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