Western Sydney Wanderers compounded the misery on Brisbane Roar as Oriol Riera put the Roar defence to the sword with two goals while his team left Suncorp Stadium with three points with an emphatic 4-1 victory.
Matt McKay – 5.5
McKay was caught napping for the first goal where he clearly didn’t have any idea where Duke was. His poor awareness led to Duke getting a shot on from range that fortunately found the back of the net.
Alex Lopez – 5
Lopez was unable to control the game from midfield and couldn’t win the midfield battle against his opposition.
Tobias Mikkelsen –5.5
Mikkelsen offered little in attacking threat and was understandably hauled off in the second half for someone that might provide a bit more danger going forward.
Henrique – 5.5
On a night when Brisbane needed Henrique to step up and take the game by the scruff of the neck, he did the exact opposite as he became an anonymous figure that contributed little overall to the match.
Eric Bautheac – 6.5
Bautheac was one of the few attacking outlets that looked to cause any threat to the Wanderers defence. He created some half-chances but couldn’t find the final ball to get his team back into the game.
Dylan Wenzel-Halls – 7
Wenzel-Halls continues his ascent in Australian football from the NPL ranks as he scored a brilliant goal from outside the box. He had a few other chances that he should have at least hit the target with, which might have changed the game.
Daniel Leck – 5.5
Replaced Daniel Bowles at half-time but didn’t really offer anything different from the man he replaced on the right-hand side.
Charles Lokoli Ngoy – 6
Came off the bench for Mikkelsen. He found enough time to get a yellow card and is yet to score his first A-League goal as he scuffed a shot off-target.
Joe Caletti – 5.5
With rumours that Caletti might be Japan-bound, this wasn’t a performance that will be lining up his supposed Asian suitors.