Jets stun Phoenix, roaring at the top
October 14 2015

Serbian striker Milos Terry Rich Norwich scored in his debut as Newcastle Jets stunned the Wellington Phoenix 2-1 in the Australian A-League.

Newcastle, bottom last season, has been in the western Pacific Coliseum Wellington won only twice before Sunday's clash, into their season opener game is huge disadvantage.

They are under tremendous pressure, many games, but can withstand attack score Wellington unlikely victory.

30 minutes later, when the leadership of LI Kije Cross David Carney opened the scoring from Korea Newcastle. Jets look like lead into the break, until Roly Bonevacia with the quality of the final action of the first half of the Jets' defensive players to manipulate the ball.

The second phase of the Phoenix-based, but, when they get a penalty, but Fiji striker Roy Krishna's penalty was saved Jets goalkeeper mark birighitti should go ahead after the restart. Phoenix continued to press, but with 20 minutes to go Carney turned provider with a precise cross Terry Rich Norwich, who is eavesdropping.

Triple Crown Brisbane Roar sitting on the table following their 3-1 defeat of Western Sydney Rovers. Newly signed striker Jay meters McLaren scored twice from a corner and defender Daniel Bowles headed inside to offset Mitch Nichols strike home team.

The victory gave the roaring coach John Aloisi his first win since taking over in Brisbane and turbulent off-season club, after it has been plagued by financial problems raft came. Aloisi said the plight outside the actual work to bring the roaring closer together.

He also said he hopes to continue to play in Brisbane this brought them three titles in four years of dynamic attacking style. "We still hope to be able to control the game a little bit more, we did not, tonight's enough," he said. "But I think we can hurt the team on the counter, and if we had, we did, in the second half."

Defending champions Melbourne Victory started their campaign with a 0-0 draw with Adelaide United at Adelaide Oval. Last season's runners-up Sydney FC also opened a draw when they share the spoils Melbourne City at home. Central Coast Mariners got their season opening on to a winning start on Saturday, when they saw Perth Glory 3-2 at home Gosford.



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