There were a few classy moments and some rather unsightly proceedings at an AAMI Park stadium that, while a little damp and dreary at times, certainly saw enough goals to leave Victory fans smiling.

Three strikes for every 10% of possession isn't bad after all, especially when one of them is this luxurious.

Not that Muscat was overawed by the occasion of course, the infamously fiery Victory gaffer appears to have chilled in the press conferences somewhat, but nice to see he still cops the white line fever.

While the marquee Swede drew the crowds to their feet, a more subdued Keisuke Honda had to settle for a few puns instead...

While Mark Rudan's teary farewell will surely quickly turn to another beaming appointment. Look out Melbourne derbies, there's a new player in town.

 But the last and certainly least of the night (honestly just check Twitter if you're after more, it's all journalists but at least most of them can spell) is reserved for Channel 10, who misspell the names of foreigners with admirable enthusiasm.