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 By PA Sport

Sydney FC beat leaders Wellington Phoenix to move one point off top

Sydney FC celebrate after finding the back of the net against Wellington Phoenix.

Sydney FC moved up to third in the A-League following a comfortable 3-0 victory away to leaders Wellington Phoenix, with both sides finishing the match with 10 men.

Jacques Faty handed the visitors the lead early on and Shane Smeltz made it two just before the half-hour mark, while Sebastian Ryall added a third.

Wellington lost Albert Riera to a second yellow card after 68 minutes and Sydney saw Smeltz follow for a straight red two minutes later.

The defeat leaves Wellington with a narrow lead at...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Melbourne City strengthen grip on playoff place against Brisbane Roar

Melbourne CIty celebrate their win over defending champions Brisbane Roar.

Melbourne City ground out a 1-0 home victory over Brisbane Roar to reinforce their hold on a playoff place.

The victory puts sixth-placed Melbourne eight points ahead of reigning champions Brisbane with just five games remaining, although there is only one place between the teams in the table.

The decisive goal was scored by Jonatan Germano early on, and a Roar side missing Thomas Broich and...

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Finkler brace secures points for Melbourne Victory over Central Coast

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Gui Finkler celebrates one of this two goals.

Gui Finkler scored both goals as Melbourne Victory came from behind to defeat Central Coast Mariners 2-1 and keep the heat on A-League leaders Wellington Phoenix.

The Mariners were looking for only a second win in eight matches and were briefly on course to achieve that when former Victory forward Isaka Cernak headed them ahead after 32 minutes at AAMI Park.

However, Finkler had the teams level within eight minutes with a curling strike from outside the box and the much-travelled Brazilian then...