Wellington turned a two goal deficit into three points.
A huge upset as the last placed side shocked the league leaders.
An entertaining game that will be remembered for two stunning strikes from Marco Rojas rather than for the tactical battle. As it were, this was a strange game with little overall pattern, so here are ten observations.
Henrique’s second half goal was enough for Brisbane’s first win under Mike Mulvey.
Archie Thompson scored an extraordinarily late winner to cap off a thrilling finale in the Melbourne Derby.
Newcastle’s record of only winning when Emile Heskey scores continued in a 2-1 win.
Dani Sanchez equalised late to give the home side an unexpected point.
Steven McGarry’s wonder strike was enough to separate last season’s grand finalists.
The Wanderers scored six in an extraordinary night for the A-League newcomers.
Both Melbourne teams have experienced fluctuating seasons, but it is the away side that are the more settled heading into Saturday’s derby. They have a predictable starting XI and a very defined way of playing, meaning the tactical battle will rest on John Aloisi’s gameplan.