Western Sydney Wanderers vs. Melbourne City Match Report – Tuesday January 1, 2019

A-League (Regular Season)
Western Sydney Wanderers
0
2-3-5
Manager: Markus Babbel
Melbourne City
2
5-2-3
Manager: Warren Joyce
Tuesday January 1, 2019, 19:50 (venue time)
A-League (Regular Season)
 
Attendance: 8,365
Venue: ANZ Stadium, Sydney, NSW
Officials: Adam Kersey (Referee) · Owen Goldrick (AR1) · Greg Taylor (AR2) · Adrian Arndt (4th) · Kristian Griffiths-Jones (VAR)
Lachlan Wales · 35’
Ritchie De Laet · 37’
Rostyn Griffiths · 56’

Match Summary

Kick Off
 13’
0:0
 — Yellow Card
 13’
0:0
 — Yellow Card
 35’
0:1
 — Goal 0:1
 37’
0:2
 — Goal 0:2
Half Time
 46’
0:2
 — Yellow Card
 53’
0:2
 — Yellow Card
 56’
0:2
 — Second Yellow Card
 62’
0:2
 — Substitute
 69’
0:2
 — Substitute
 73’
0:2
 — Substitute
 76’
0:2
 — Yellow Card
 78’
0:2
 — Yellow Card
 78’
0:2
 — Substitute
 78’
0:2
 — Substitute
 85’
0:2
 — Yellow Card
 85’
0:2
 — Substitute
 87’
0:2
Penalty saved by Eugene Galekovic
 — Substitute
 89’
0:2
 — Yellow Card
90+2’
0:2
 — Yellow Card

Team Stats

Possession
49%
52%
Passing Accuracy
362 of 442 — 82%
83% — 412 of 499
Shots on Target
6 of 17 — 35%
22% — 2 of 9
Saves
1 of 2 — 50%
100% — 6 of 6
Cards
W Sydney
 
Melb City
13
Fouls
17
12
Corners
3
37
Crosses
10
637
Touches
702
W Sydney
 
Melb City
17
Tackles
20
8
Interceptions
10
20
Aerials Won
11
13
Clearances
33
W Sydney
 
Melb City
2
Offsides
3
6
Goal Kicks
12
20
Throw Ins
20
43
Long Balls
58

W Sydney Player Stats

W Sydney Player Stats Table
Player # Nation Pos Min Gls Ast Sh SoT Fls Fld Crs Tkl Int CrdY CrdR
Oriol Riera9es ESPFW9000311300000
Roly Bonevacia28cw CUWMF9000102320100
Alexander Baumjohann10de GERMF90003214172010
Bruce Kamau11au AUSMF7800422211010
   Abraham Majok49au AUSFW1200210022000
Jordan O'Doherty8au AUSMF7800101101100
   Nick Fitzgerald7au AUSFW,MF1200000000000
Keanu Baccus17au AUSMF9000102204410
Raúl Llorente24es ESPDF85000020110000
   Tass Mourdoukoutas13au AUSDF500000000000
Brendan Hamill5au AUSDF9000101000010
Patrick Ziegler34de GERDF9000101000200
Tarek Elrich21au AUSDF,MF9000000045000
Vedran Janjetović20au AUSGK9000000000000

W Sydney Goalkeeper Stats

W Sydney Goalkeeper Stats Table
Player Nation Min GA Saves Save%
Vedran Janjetovićau AUS902133.3

Melb City Player Stats

Melb City Player Stats Table
Player # Nation Pos Min Gls Ast Sh SoT Fls Fld Crs Tkl Int CrdY CrdR
Lachlan Wales19au AUSMF9010110100000
Dario Vidošić10au AUSFW,MF9001102001000
Luke Brattan26au AUSMF6200200420000
   Osama Malik6au AUSMF2800000000100
Riley McGree8au AUSMF6901202010010
   Nathaniel Atkinson13au AUSMF2100001001110
Kearyn Baccus15au AUSDF,MF9000002102200
Rostyn Griffiths7au AUSMF5500203001211
Scott Jamieson3au AUSDF,MF9000001130010
Harrison Delbridge4au AUSDF9000000000300
Bart Schenkeveld5nl NEDDF9000003301100
Ritchie De Laet2be BELDF7310112133000
   Ramy Najjarine21au AUSMF1700001210010
Eugene Galekovic18au AUSGK9000000000000

Melb City Goalkeeper Stats

Melb City Goalkeeper Stats Table
Player Nation Min GA Saves Save%
Eugene Galekovicau AUS9006100.0

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