Perth Glory vs. Adelaide United Match Report – Friday May 10, 2019

A-League (Semifinals)
Perth Glory
3
5
19-6-3
Manager: Tony Popovic
Captain: Diego Castro
Adelaide United
3
4
13-8-8
Manager: Marco Kurz
Friday May 10, 2019, 18:30 (venue time)
A-League (Semifinals)
 
Attendance: 17,868
Venue: HBF Park, Perth, WA
Officials: Alex King (Referee) · David Walsh (AR1) · Josh Manella (AR2) · Adam Fielding (4th) · Kristian Griffiths-Jones (VAR)
Diego Castro · 29’
Diego Castro · 74’
Scott Neville · 104’
Baba Diawara · 81’
Ryan Kitto · 90+4’
Michael Marrone · 115’

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Match Summary

Kick Off
 16’
0:0
 — Yellow Card
 29’
1:0
 — Goal 1:0
45+1’
1:0
 — Yellow Card
Half Time
 56’
1:0
 — Yellow Card
 58’
1:0
 — Substitute
 59’
1:0
 — Yellow Card
 60’
1:0
 — Yellow Card
 74’
2:0
 — Goal 2:0
 75’
2:0
 — Substitute
 79’
2:0
 — Substitute
 81’
2:1
 — Goal 2:1
 85’
2:1
 — Substitute
90+4’
2:2
 — Goal 2:2
Full Time
 97’
2:2
 — Substitute
 97’
2:2
 — Substitute
 101’
2:2
 — Substitute
 104’
3:2
 — Goal 3:2
 111’
3:2
 — Substitute
 113’
3:2
 — Yellow Card
 115’
3:3
 — Goal 3:3
Penalty Shootout
 1
0:1
 — Goal
 2
1:1
 — Goal
 3
1:2
 — Goal
 4
1:2
 — Goal
 5
1:3
 — Goal
 6
2:3
 — Goal
 7
2:3
 — Goal
 8
3:3
 — Goal
 9
3:4
 — Goal
 10
4:4
 — Goal
 11
4:4
 — Goal
 12
4:4
 — Goal
 13
4:4
 — Goal
 14
4:4
 — Goal
 15
4:4
 16
5:4
 — Goal

Team Stats

Possession
48%
52%
Passing Accuracy
456 of 594 — 77%
77% — 488 of 630
Shots on Target
6 of 16 — 38%
35% — 6 of 17
Saves
3 of 6 — 50%
50% — 3 of 6
Cards
Perth Glory
 
Adelaide
10
Fouls
14
5
Corners
7
22
Crosses
37
880
Touches
896
Perth Glory
 
Adelaide
15
Tackles
27
8
Interceptions
11
34
Aerials Won
31
46
Clearances
25
Perth Glory
 
Adelaide
2
Offsides
4
7
Goal Kicks
9
37
Throw Ins
36
75
Long Balls
100

Perth Glory Player Stats

Perth Glory Player Stats Table
Player Nation Pos Min Gls Ast Sh SoT Fls Fld Crs Tkl Int
Jake Brimmerau AUSMF23000000300
Diego Castroes ESPMF120205313320
Joel Chianeseau AUSFW35000001101
Jason Davidsonau AUSDF120011022121
Dino Đulbićau AUSDF120001100001
Ivan Franjicau AUSDF,FW,MF97002112312
Chris Ikonomidisau AUSMF111023015111
Juandees ESPMF120001010111
Andy Keoghie IRLFW,MF85000010200
Neil Kilkennyeng ENGMF97000000511
Shane Lowryie IRLDF120000011030
Scott Nevilleau AUSDF23101110300
Liam Reddyau AUSGK120000000000
Brendon Šantalabau AUSFW9001010000
Matthew Spiranovicau AUSDF,MF120001010001

Perth Glory Goalkeeper Stats

Perth Glory Goalkeeper Stats Table
Player Nation Min GA Saves Save%
Liam Reddyau AUS1203350.0

Adelaide Player Stats

Adelaide Player Stats Table
Player Nation Pos Min Gls Ast Sh SoT Fls Fld Crs Tkl Int
George Blackwoodau AUSFW58001101000
Mirko Bolandde GERMF75001020030
Baba Diawarasn SENFW62102100000
Jordan Elseyau AUSDF41001000001
Scott Gallowayau AUSDF,MF101001020701
Craig Goodwinau AUSDF,MF1200010101112
Ben Halloranau AUSFW,MF120001133030
Paul Izzoau AUSGK120000000000
Michael Jakobsendk DENDF79000000020
Ryan Kittoau AUSMF1201151011012
Nathan Konstandopoulosau AUSMF120002100010
Vince Liaau AUSMF19000010011
Michael Marroneau AUSDF120102132312
Nikola Mileusnicau AUSMF45000002411
Isaías Sánchezes ESPMF120000021231

Adelaide Goalkeeper Stats

Adelaide Goalkeeper Stats Table
Player Nation Min GA Saves Save%
Paul Izzoau AUS1203350.0

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