Sport Late goal denies Gombau win over Adelaide

15:11  10 january  2018
15:11  10 january  2018 Source:   MSN

City move closer to W-League top four

  City move closer to W-League top four Jess Fishlock has scored a stoppage-time winner to give Melbourne City a 1-0 W-League away victory over Western Sydney and move them closer to fourth spot.The victory lifted City level on points with fourth-placed Perth, although Glory have a superior goal difference.

A late Adelaide United equaliser has denied Western Sydney Wanderers coach Josep Gombau an A-League win over his former club at Spotless Stadium on Wednesday.

A late Adelaide United equaliser has denied Western Sydney Wanderers coach Josep Gombau an A-League win over his former club at Spotless Stadium on It was a first goal in just his third appearance for the 18-year old, who had only been on the field a few minutes, and secured a 1-1 draw.

Mark Ochieng of Adelaide reacts to missing a scoring chance during the A-League round 15 football match between Western Sydney Wanderers and Adelaide United at the ANZ Stadium in Sydney.© AAP Image/David Moir Mark Ochieng of Adelaide reacts to missing a scoring chance during the A-League round 15 football match between Western Sydney Wanderers and Adelaide United at the ANZ Stadium in Sydney. A late Adelaide United equaliser has denied Western Sydney Wanderers coach Josep Gombau an A-League win over his former club at Spotless Stadium on Wednesday.

The Wanderers looked set for a third straight win until substitute Apostolos Stamatelopoulos scored from close range following a cut back from Ryan Strain.

It was a first goal in just his third appearance for the 18-year old, who had only been on the field a few minutes, and secured a 1-1 draw.

Wanderers win eases pressure on Gombau

  Wanderers win eases pressure on Gombau Spaniard Oriel Riera scored one goal and set up another to give Western Sydney Wanderers a 2-1 A-League home win over fading Melbourne City. Rierea scored the equaliser and set up the winner for Mark Bridge in a match-tilting two-minute period in the first half of Monday's A-League game at ANZ Stadium.It was a first home win and just a second victory in seven games at the helm for Wanderers coach Gombau.The win lifted Wanderers two places to seventh, but it was a third straight loss for fourth-placed City.The visitors had plenty of second halfpossession, but created few clear cut chances.

A late Adelaide United equaliser has denied Western Sydney Wanderers coach Josep Gombau an A-League win over his former club at Spotless Stadium on Wednesday.

A late Adelaide United equaliser has denied Western Sydney Wanderers coach Josep Gombau an A-League win over his former club at Spotless Stadium on It was a first goal in just his third appearance for the 18-year old, who had only been on the field a few minutes, and secured a 1-1 draw.

A first A-League goal in his 90th appearance from Wanderers fullback Jack Clisby in the 52nd minute had given the Wanderers the lead.

Clisby finished off from close range at the far post in the 52nd minute after a perfect cross from Roly Bonevacia.

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