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.
Keanu Baccus – 7
Baccus has a been a calm and steady presence for the Wanderers this season. Assured on the ball and you can count on him to just continue ticking play along with his confidence when passing.
Roly Bonevacia – 8.5
The Dutch midfielder has transformed from his poor form earlier on in the season and has now contributed to seven of the Wanderers’ last nine goals. Pivotal to the team and another excellent performance tonight with a goal and an assist to his name.
Abraham Majok – 6
Majok was unfortunately wasteful with his chances, once skying a shot that was harder to miss than find the target. He was also dispossessed regularly when going forward that put the already out-of-position Kamau in more trouble because of his inability to retain possession.
Mitchell Duke – 7.5
Duke took his first start for the Wanderers excellently as he scored a somewhat lucky goal, but still carried the danger that he showed from some of the appearances he made off the bench.
Oriol Riera – 9
The Spaniard silenced his critics tonight with a performance reminiscent of those of last season, when he was the second-highest goal scorer in the league, with two classic Riera goals.
Kwame Yeboah – 6
Got in behind the Brisbane defence to get a one on one chance against Young but was denied by the cross-post.
Mark Bridge – 5.5
Came off the bench for a short spurt of 10 minutes and the only notable action was his high boot that caught Lopez flush on the chin.
Giancarlo Gallifuoco – 6
Came on too late to have much impact on the match.