Brisbane Roar vs. Perth Glory - Football Match Report - January 6, 2019

Perth Glory have pulled off a comeback 4-2 win over a 10-man Brisbane Roar at Suncorp Stadium to reclaim the A-League ladder lead.

Brisbane appeared on monitor for under their second win of the season of their 12th recreation after an Adam Taggart brace gave them a 2-Zero half-time lead and all of the momentum.

However the match was turned on its ear when Daniel Bowles obtained a straight crimson card within the 58th minute for bringing down Glory standout Joel Chianese.

The Glory made a 10-man Brisbane pay in entrance of 9,249 largely gutted followers, making certain they’ve remained unbeaten on the highway this season. They now have 5 wins and a draw exterior Perth.

Perth launched their gorgeous comeback when Neil Kilkenny struck really from the spot after Bowles obtained his marching orders.

The Roar’s horror luck did not finish there. Kilkenny nailed his second from the spot within the 81st minute when the VAR dominated an Aaron Reardon handball from a Brendan Santalab strike to lock up the scores.

However the guests weren’t finished with but. Reardon’s fortunes by some means received worse when he scored an 85th minute personal aim to present the guests a 3-2 lead.

Perth’s Andy Keogh landed the ultimate nail in Brisbane’s coffin with an 87th minute aim off an aesthetic Chianese cross.

Brisbane’s second half was summed up when Taggart missed from the penalty spot within the 91st minute.

The Glory posted simply their fourth win in 21 visits to Suncorp Stadium.

The turnaround ensured Brisbane interim coach Darren Davies continues to be with no win after three video games on the helm since John Aloisi’s shock exit 9 days in the past.

The second final Roar haven’t savoured victory since Nov. 24.

Taggart earlier got here again to hang-out his former membership, scoring a primary half double to carry his season tally to 9 – only one behind Golden Boot chief Sydney FC’s Adam Le Fondre.

Brisbane led 2-Zero at half-time regardless of Perth pouring on all of the early stress.

Taggart made his presence felt because the Glory out of the blue appeared like they had been in vacation mode after spending the final week at a Sunshine Coast camp.

Livewire Dane Ingham arrange Taggart who fired really within the 22nd minute after Glory goalkeeper Liam Reddy collided closely with teammate Shane Lowry — again from a one recreation ban — within the lead-up.

He had his second within the 40th minute with a surprising header off an Eric Beautheac nook. However every little thing modified when Bowles was marched.


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