Perth Glory vs Melbourne City: A-League live scores, blog

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    Perth Glory v Melbourne City FC

    nib Stadium, 16 April, 2017

    Perth Glory Second Half Melbourne City FC
    5 93' 4
    20 SHOTS 27
    16 FOULS 21
    3 CORNERS 8
    3 OFFSIDES 2

    Match result:

    It was a festival of goals as Perth Glory downed Melbourne City 5-4, and they will play them next week in Melbourne in what should be an outstanding game.

    Final score
    Perth Glory 5
    Melbourne City 4

    Match preview:

    A fantastic finish to the regular season awaits as the Perth Glory host Melbourne City at nib Stadium. Join The Roar for live scores and commentary from 7pm AEST and as always have your say.

    Both these sides have a chance to finish in the top four – without relying on other results, the Glory can leapfrog City if they win by four or more goals. These sides have played exciting games before, especially earlier this year when Bruno Fornaroli missed two penalties in the Round 12 clash.

    For both teams, they come into this one in winning form. Glory put a disappointing month behind them with a clinical 3-1 victory over the Roar, while City saw off a stubborn Adelaide United 1-0.

    Both sides will look to create momentum heading into finals with both looking for the win, Melbourne will be looking to hold their place in third spot and a win will do just that. While the Glory will look to move into an unlikely position of the top four with a strong win.

    Fornaroli will be motivated in this one, he has 17 goals to his name for the season and sits one goal behind Jamie Maclaren and Besart Berisha in the race to be the A-League’s top goal scorer.

    I am expecting this game to be a high-scoring as the last seven games between these two sides have had a total of 32 goals scored between them, with just one side managing to keep a clean sheet.

    The Glory are in a strong position to win here, they are undefeated in their last seven games they have hosted Melbourne.

    This game is fitting for a season finale heading into the finals. Perth have the strong home record and should be too good in this one, but I’m predicting a high-scoring affair.

    Perth 3-2.

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    5' GOAL (PENALTY) - Diego Castro (Perth Glory)

    21' GOAL - Tim Cahill (Melbourne City FC)

    26' YELLOW CARD - Marc Warren (Perth Glory)

    28' YELLOW CARD - Tim Cahill (Melbourne City FC)

    44' YELLOW CARD - Michael Jakobsen (Melbourne City FC)

    50' GOAL - Andy Keogh (Perth Glory)

    56' GOAL - Chris Harold (Perth Glory)

    60' YELLOW CARD - Osama Malik (Melbourne City FC)

    65' YELLOW CARD - Joshua Rose (Melbourne City FC)

    70' YELLOW CARD - Nathan Luke Brattan (Melbourne City FC)

    75' GOAL - Nebojsa Marinkovic (Perth Glory)

    79' YELLOW CARD - Lucian Goian (Perth Glory)

    80' GOAL - Tim Cahill (Melbourne City FC)

    84' GOAL - Nicolás Colazo (Melbourne City FC)

    88' GOAL - Adam Taggart (Perth Glory)

    90' GOAL - Nick Fitzgerald (Melbourne City FC)

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    • 2:38pm
      FootOverHand said | 2:38pm | ! Report

      Liam Reddy trying his best to imitate Higuita

    • 8:54am
      j binnie said | 8:54am | ! Report

      Brent – Great excitement,great crowd, in fact what looked to be one of Perth’s better crowds of the season and yet no one ,commentators or FFA, appear to know what the final figure was just that it was “over 12,000”
      Was the attendance announced?. Cheers jb.

    • Roar Guru

      Brent Ford said | 9:06pm | ! Report

      Full Time

      Glory 5 vs City 4

      It was a festival of goals tonight, Perth will play City next week in Melbourne in what should be an outstanding game.

      They came into this game wanting to score goals and they did, at times it looked like they were going to earn a home final but a few lapses cost them dearly. They are every chance of winning next week though.

      Thanks for your company and enjoy the rest of your Easter Sunday!

    • 9:01pm
      Swanny said | 9:01pm | ! Report

      For a team on a unlimited salary cap
      Melbourne city are the embarrassment of this season

    • Roar Guru

      Brent Ford said | 8:59pm | ! Report

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      Glory 5 vs City 4

      It’s all done here, City will finish in fourth, Glory will finish fifth, what a game of football!

    • Roar Guru

      Brent Ford said | 8:57pm | ! Report

      That last goal was to Fitzgerald as well not Kilkenny.

    • Roar Rookie

      Stevo said | 8:57pm | ! Report

      Hahaha, MADNESS !!!!

    • Roar Guru

      Brent Ford said | 8:56pm | ! Report


      Glory 5 vs City 4

      Tied the record for most goals in an A-League game this one, what a contest!

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