The table looks today like yesterday, but the Melbourne Victorys narrow 2-1 triumph against Central Coast at AAMI Park, finally was able to form again to finish the competition. With the right results to the rest of the weekend, was able to return to the top six to win once this afternoon. The Mariners could, once seemingly unassailable 10-point lead to four will be reduced.
A match with three goals and a number of excellent chances for both teams honored by a class in the second half was settled finishing Harry Kewell, according to the most influential players in the park, was Carlos Hernandez goal in Rogic Thomas canceled the first half.
It was the first defeat of the Mariners in five forms at AAMI, but more worrying is their second defeat in a row after he went down in Brisbane. It is true that there is a page that depleted the pitch and the team at Gosford took good football player, was mainly in the first half, as Josh Rose on the left side and shone Rogic. However, the triumph of life has returned to Victoria to hunt for the lead.
The people of Melbourne are now only on goal variation following Newcastle in the sixth. It was also the first victory for interim coach Jim Magilton, who had looked after four draws and one defeat in the first five games. Since Northern Ireland was only 12 games with them that the position of manager on a permanent basis is urgently needed given the fact. It was the first thing the Mariners have found their way through, with Rogic guests brought a sublime run and hit the face Covic had no chance to stop - even 25m.
Shortly thereafter, however, was as good an answer Hernandez. He returned to the lineup after two games he saw action from the bench that was behind Archie Thompson of Costa Rica on the right side and cut without hesitation, he thundered the ball from right to left. From the edge of the box, the ball's journey ended at the top left of the network, with the Mariners goalkeeper Justin Pasfield well beaten.
The goal marked a return to Hernandez, who has had a modest season and in recent times, took a liking to make Magilton. Sure, in the mood, had no unity of purpose of united Pasfield from minute 42 second and one-half was hardly a major player saved. Mariner's coach Graham Arnold had said during the week-still feared the victory because of their potency in the front third.
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