Scott McDonald and Riku Danzaki scored two hits each to fire the fiery Brisbane Roar to a 5-2 victory when Melbourne Victory self-destructed at Dolphin Stadium

The rampant Queenslanders scored four goals in 26 minutes in the first half and although the Navy Blue hit back to keep their hopes alive, Roar regained control after the break and scored four straight wins for the first time in five years

The formidable Dylan Wenzel-Halls opened the floodgates with his fifth goal in four A-League games, before the experienced striker McDonald and the exciting Japanese importer Danzaki punished a sleepwalking Navy Blue with two goals within three minutes

After young Victory player Luis Lawrie-Lattanzio scored his first A-League goal, McDonald’s headed it for the first time in a decade to score four goals in a half, despite the guests having the last word in the first 45 Minutes had when Jake Brimmer curled up with a 20-yard free kick to make it 4-2

But Brisbane quickly picked up where they left off after the break, even center-back Macaulay Gillespie stepped in, shooting through the Victory defense to score Danzaki for his second goal and stopping the threat four minutes into the restart Comebacks from Grant Brebner’s disjointed team

Chances were good to go begging in an open second half, but Warren Moon’s team had a successful week in style after signing Tom Aldred and Jay O’Shea on long-term contracts and reinstating Jamie Young after a serious knee injury had, Roar rose to the top of the A-LeagueThe win is the low point

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Josh Brindell-South played his first A-League game in over six years and made a swift impression on his Roar debut He was looking for Dylan Wenzel-Halls to fire a shot that goalkeeper Max Crocombe had to parry wide but the formidable striker made no mistake in the ninth minute when Riku Danzaki shot on captain Tom Aldred’s pass and Wenzel-Halls Crocombe one Hit staggered

The navy blue staggered and Warren Moon’s side was given acres of space as they aimed to turn the screw at Dolphin Stadium With little pressure on the ball, veteran striker Scott McDonald collected a loose ball outside the box and stabbed it half volley into the top corner to score his second goal of the season against Victory and double Brisbane’s lead within fifteen minutes

Three minutes later, a sluggish win followed a three-goal deficit.Before Grant Brebner’s team could gather their thoughts, the relentless home side with Corey Brown flew to the left as the full-back crossed Crocombe’s ball in Danzaki’s path hit and the Japanese attacker scored his second A-League goal amid a scattered defense

When Victory suddenly struggled to avoid embarrassment, a lifeline was handed to the away team when Adama Traore broke left and his cross was bundled by Luis Lawrie-Lattanzio under pressure from Roar captain Aldred but the away team’s flow became fast stopped when Brindell-South sprinted through, Crocombe saved a blow with his feet and Danzaki drove the ricochet off target

It got worse and worse when the Navy Blue’s static defense saw Dylan stumble as he chased Brown’s corner and McDonald climbed the highest to finish a simple header and hit his record in the 35th Minute to double but Victory wouldn’t lie down After returning Robbie Kruse squad tossed Storm Roux over the crossbar from close range, Jake Brimmer rolled in a 20-yard free kick to give Victory hope again

Wenzel-Halls almost scored his second goal, but his improved 40-yard lob flew over the bar before Danzaki doubled his record and converted after Macaulay Gillespie’s looting at the far post. McDonald went looking for a hat trick, rolled one off target and shot another far, settling for two Storm Roux missed a close-range sitter as Victory’s hopes faded and Roar wrapped up a five-star show

Wellington Phoenix will look to build on their first A-League win of the season when they face defending champions Sydney FC on Monday

The Sky Blues have historically an advantage over the New Zealanders, undefeated in the last six games and having won ten of the previous ones

A line was drawn as part of a 2019/20 A-League marathon season and for the first time 12 teams are preparing to write a new chapter in history

Three hundred and twenty-four days separated the 2019/20 season opener from Sydney FC, who were crowned 2020 A-League champions F.

Newcastle Jets is pleased to announce the signing of Liridon Krasniqi for the remainder of the 2020-21 season

Krasniqi is on loan to the Malaysia Premier League club Johor Darul Ta’zim II FC’s jets

Krasniqi is an offensive player to adjust to

Neil Kilkenny had the last word after a 2-1 comeback win for Perth Glory at Coopers Stadium after engaging in a heated battle with Adelaide United captain Stefan Mauk

The couple were teammates during Kilkenny’s 18 month stint in Melbourne City between 2016 and 2018 and a

George Timotheou’s own goal cost Adelaide United as Perth Glory caught up late to take a stubborn 2-1 comeback win at Coopers Stadium

The goal of substitute Daniel Stynes ​​in the 83 Minute was deflected on the helpless Reds keeper James Delianov, 10 minutes after Bruno Fornaroli b

Wellington Phoenix will look to build on their first A-League win of the season when they face defending champions Sydney FC on Monday

The Sky Blues have historically an advantage over the New Zealanders, undefeated in the last six games and having won ten of the previous ones

A line was drawn as part of a 2019/20 A-League marathon season and for the first time 12 teams are preparing to write a new chapter in history

Three hundred and twenty-four days separated the 2019/20 season opener from Sydney FC, who were crowned 2020 A-League champions F.

Newcastle Jets is pleased to announce the signing of Liridon Krasniqi for the remainder of the 2020-21 season

Krasniqi is on loan to the Malaysia Premier League club Johor Darul Ta’zim II FC’s jets

Krasniqi is an offensive player to adjust to

Brisbane Roar

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