Melbourne City - Wellington Phoenix live stream with live score and H2H football match resultsMelbourne City vs Wellington Phoenix 30/10/22 Timeline Melbourne City vs Wellington Phoenix events 30/10/22 Score After Full Time - 2-2 90+3' Substitution - Laws for Old - 90+2' 1st Red Card - Lam Melbourne City 90' 4th Goal - Shot 85' Substitution - Ugarkovic for Pennington 86' 9th Corner 83' 7th Yellow Card - Elliot 79' 3rd Goal - Shot 8th Corner 77' 6th Yellow Card - Talbot 76' 7th Corner 72' Substitution - Nabbout for Tilio 71' 6th Corner 68' Substitution - Van der Venne for Gomulka 65' 2nd Offside- Wellington Phoenix 63' 5th Yellow Card - Lam 55' Substitution - Zawada for Waine 54' Substitution - Kraev for Ball Substitution - Barbarouses for Yan 56' 5th Corner 50' 4th Yellow Card - Pennington 48' 4th Corner Score After First Half - 2-0 41' 3rd Yellow Card - O'Neill 40' 2nd Yellow Card - Gomulka 3rd Corner 34' 2nd Goal - Shot 24' 2nd Corner 22' 1st Corner 16' 1st Goal - Penalty 15' 1st Yellow Card - Payne 10' 1st Offside- Wellington Phoenix Wellington Phoenix Melbourne City vs Wellington Phoenix Lineups 30/10/22:Referee Adam Kersey A.
Kersey Melbourne City Wellington Phoenix Patrick Kisnorbo P. Kisnorbo Ufuk Talay U. Talay Lineup 1 - Tom Glover T. Glover - Guard 20 - Oliver Sail O. Sail - Guard 25 - Callum Talbot C. Talbot - Defender 17 - Callan Elliot C. Elliot - Defender 6 - Thomas Lam T. Lam - Defender 4 - Scott Wootton S. Wootton - Defender 22 - Curtis Good C. Good - Defender Tim Payne T. Payne - Forward 38 - Jordan Bos J. Bos - Defender 19 - Sam Sutton S.
Doyle with a header inside the box, but just can't find the back of the net, instead going over the crossbar. It has been a slower start to the second half than we expected, with both teams taking a little while to warm up into the second half. Barbarouses with a pass to Finkler inside the box, who floats it across the face for Berisha, but he didn't see it coming. SECOND HALF - The Victory kick off to get us under way for the second half. The Phoenix can still pinch the points away from the Victory, but will need to look at going on the all out attack in the second half. HALF TIME - An entertaining first half, with the Victory taking a 1-0 lead into the break, with Berisha the man to score the goal.
Berisha has moved to 65 A-League career goals now, in just over 100 games. It is a great strike rate. GOAL VICTORY - Finkler with a wonderful sliding pass out the back to Berisha, who takes it into the box, he dodges one tackle, then another, forcing Moss off his line, diving to his left, but Berisha kicks it to his right, hitting the inside bottom corner of the net. The Victory lead the Phoenix 1-0. The Phoenix had started the game off well, but looks to have faded in the last couple of minutes. The Victory need to come out and put their money where their coach's, Muscat, mouth is and win tonight. According to Muscat, the Victory have been dominant in all their three games, but they only have four points from a possible nine points to show for it.
Fenton is the man to replace him. SUBSTITUTION VICTORY - There will be no hat trick for Berisha, as he comes off the ground, with Howard coming on to replace him. A few mistakes are starting to be made around the ground as fatigue starts to creep into the game. Both teams are starting to look at their benches, as a way to keep their sides fresh. McGlinchey makes sure that Vukovic is not sleeping, as he curls a shot to the left, but Vukovic makes the save. Barbarouses chests it down inside the box, he has the break, he pulls the trigger on goal but a diving Moss is able to make the save, parrying it back into play. The Victory almost have this game on a platter. It would take something special from the Phoenix, if they are to pinch this from the Victory.
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Barbarouses attempts to pick out the top corner, forcing a diving save attempt from Moss, but he did not connect with the ball, as it went just wide. It would give the Phoenix a bit of confidence, if they could score a late goal, however, it is not looking very likely. YELLOW CARD PHOENIX - Rodriguez with a late sliding tackle on Finkler, which results in a yellow card. The stars have all aligned for the Victory, after a disappointing effort last week in Newcastle. SUBSTITUTION VICTORY - The Victory make their final change of the night, activating Deng into the game at the expense of Delpierre.
The ref immediately throws the yellow card in the air. OWN GOAL PHOENIX - Georgievski crosses it a little too early, but Barbarouses chases the ball, he attempts a shot on goal from a difficult angle, but it takes a deflection off Durante and finds the back of the net. The Victory lead the Phoenix 2-0. Riera goes tumbling down, after Finkler collected him on the way through. There was more show than action there, but nonetheless, the referee gives the Phoenix the free kick.
SUBSTITUTION PHOENIX - The Phoenix make their second change of the game, brining on Powell in place of Sarpong. GOAL VICTORY - Berisha is on the break, he takes it into the box, Moss comes at him with a dive, bringing Berisha down to the ground, as Berisha kicks it off the ground, whilst on the deck, being past Moss, putting it into the net. Vukovic with a great punch away, which sets the Victory's attacking play. Bozanic takes the set piece, just outside of the box, but he drills it straight into the wall. YELLOW CARD PHOENIX - Doyle comes in late on Finkler, with the studs up.
So close for the Victory. Vukovic is outside his area, as Krishna looks to pounce on his opportunity, but Vukovic nullifies Krishna, almost giving away a penalty in the process. YELLOW CARD PHOENIX - Bonevacia bounces the ball away in frustration and is immediately awarded a yellow card by the referee. Ben Khalfallah cuts it into the box, looking for the head of Finkler, but it comes off the Phoenix defence and a corner kick is conceded. Always a danger sign for other A-League teams, is when Finkler is finding a fair bit of space around the ground.
Melbourne Victory v Wellington Phoenix Live Commentary & Result, 2/11/15, A-League MenThe Victory owe a debt to Barbarouses who did not stop piling on the pressure on the Phoenix, being involved in most of the Victory's attacking plays. FULL TIME - The Victory record their second win of the season, as they beat the Phoenix 3-0, thanks to a Besart Berisha double. Powell finds Krishna inside the box, as he attempts to tap it into goal, but he is off target. We have three minutes of stoppage time remaining in the game.
We have one minute of stoppage time remaining in the first half. Durante attempts to make something out of nothing, inside the box, but he just cannot connect with the ball too cleanly. SUBSTITUTION PHOENIX - Lia's night is done, as he succumbs to the hamstring injury and Rodriguez runs on to replace him. Bad news for the Phoenix, as Lia looks to have pulled up behind play with what appears to be a hamstring injury.
Berisha is brought down inside the box by Durante, he appeals for a penalty, but it is waived away by the referee. Subsequent replays show that perhaps the incorrect decision was made. Krishna takes it into attack, but a beautiful tackle by Georgievski saves the day for the Victory. Riera is looking for Krishna, but he is unable to connect with the ball, as Vukovic makes an easy save. FIRST HALF - The Phoenix kick off to get us under way at Etihad Stadium. TEAMS - WELLINGTON PHOENIX (4-3-3) - STARTING XI: Moss (GK); Doyle, Durante, Sigmund, Muscat; Riera, Bonevacia, Lia; McGlinchey, Sarpong, Krishna. SUBS - Italiano (GK), Powell, Ridenton, Fenton, Rodriguez.
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YELLOW CARD PHOENIX - Krishna with a clumsy challenge earns him his second booking of the season. The tide has turned in the last few minutes, with Wellington holding the momentum. However, the Victory are not too far out of the contest, as they have also had a couple of close calls. Bozanic pulls the trigger with a shot on goal, but it takes a deflection, as Moss attempts to save a corner kick, but he was unsuccessful.
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YELLOW CARD VICTORY - Another yellow card for the Victory, after Geogievski put in a late tackle on Bonevacia. YELLOW CARD VICTORY - Geria is the first Victory player to go into the referee's book, after a push in the back on Krishna. The sting appears to have gone out of this contest, with the result a forgone conclusion. It appears that the Victory have a strategy for their most experienced players, with the FFA Cup Final just five days away. SUBSTITUTION VICTORY - The Victory make their second change of the night, bringing on Mahazi in place of Valeri. SUBSTITUTION PHOENIX - Doyle looks over to the bench and he sees his number flashing on the screen, which means his night is done.
Wellington have a chance as they are given a set piece, three quarters of the way down the ground. However, it is another chance gone being for the Phoenix. The Phoenix take it into the box, Sarpong tugs at the shirt of his opposition and the ref spots it, giving a free kick to the Victory. The Victory are well on top of this contest, but that hasn't meant that the Phoenix have not had a couple of heart stoppers along the way. Vukovic with a super save, after a bullet header from Sigmund. He put out his hands and parries it back into play, as the Victory defenders clear it to safety. McGlinchey with a chance on goal and he floats it wide of goal, coming off Vukovic for a corner kick. A beautiful header from Barbarouses which bounces off Sigmund and over the crossbar it goes.
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