Western Sydney Wanders have notched up a comprehensive 3-0 away win against Newcastle Jets to continue their late-season form.
Jack Duncan – 6: Conceded three but could have been more if not for the gloveman.
Daniel Mullen – 5: Will not be pleased to have conceded twice from set pieces. Could have had a goal of his own on another day.
Nigel Boogard – 5.5: Tried to be the steady hand at the back, but again, two goals conceded from set pieces is not a good look.
Lachalan Jackson – 5: Like his defensive counterparts, not the best day at the office.
Jason Hoffman – 5.5: Offered a bit going forward but nothing incisive.
Matteo Poljak – 6: Poljak also had a quiet night, didn’t provide anything spectacular but he provided good defensive play.
Stevan Ugarkovic – 5.5: Had a quiet night and struggled to create.
Wayne Brown – 6.5: A rare shining light for the Jets in an otherwise lacklustre performance. Offered some attacking intent before being replaced with half an hour left.
Andrew Hoole – 7: The Jets’ most prominent outlet. Ultimately though, nothing came off.
Morten Nordstrand – 5.5: Got plenty of the ball but was guilty of wasted some great opportunities.
Andrew Nabbout – 4.5: Very quiet. A great season individually ending poorly.
Nicolas Cowburn – 4: Replaced Hoole and showed some attacking instinct.
Harrison Sawyer – 4: Looked lively but nothing of note.
Labinot Haliti – N/A: Little time to make an impact.
Western Sydney Wanderers
Vedran Janjetovic – 8: Looked shaky early but came good and commandeered his goal.
Scott Neville – 8: Never stopped running. One Wanderer who has lifted at the right time.
Jonathan Aspropotamitis – 7: Almost caught out on a couple of occasions but was scarcely called into action elsewhere.
Ronert Cornthwaite – 9: Man of the match. Rock solid at the back and got himself a brace.
Jack Clisby – 6.5: Was not spectacular but can scarcely be faulted.
Kearyn Baccus – 7.5: He controlled the middle of the park and was everywhere.
Terry Antonis – 7: Controlled midfield alongside Baccus and got the play going.
Nicolas Martinez – 8: One of the everywhere men. Two set pieces resulted in goals.
Jumpei Kusukami – 8: One of his better games. Buzzing on the wing and was creative.
Lachlan Scott – 7.5: Offered another attacking option for Western Sydney and deputised well in Brendon Santalab’s absence.
Joshua Sotirio – 7: Created space and rewarded himself for an impressive performance with a goal.
Dimas – N/A: Replaced Antonis in the last 20 minutes.
Brendan Hammil – N/A: Came on in the 74th minute to sure things up.
Shannon Cole – N/A: Cole came on with six minutes reaming to replace Martinez and had little impact at that stage of the game.