Melbourne Victory lost 1-0 to Newcastle Jets in the A-League on Sunday

At Victory, three players – Storm Roux, Nick Ansell and Adama Traore – suffered alleged injuries in the loss

The win built up during half-time and Ryan Shotton headed in the 21st Minute one corner from Jake Brimmer

Five minutes later, there were two chances for victory when Callum McManaman, returning from injury, was turned down by Jets goalkeeper Jack Duncan before Brimmer blocked a follow-up

Max Crocombe’s winning goal came from Thurgate before Luis Lawrie-Lattanzio and Leigh Broxham, who replaced Storm Roux in the first half, had great opportunities before the break

The hosts just missed four minutes after the start of the second half, McManaman’s 25-yard attempt was overturned on the post by Duncan

But Victory needed 67 Minute a brilliant double save by Crocombe The goalkeeper denied Roy O’Donovan and Valentino Yuel

The Jets took the lead five minutes later through Thurgate, who drilled into the bottom corner after a pass from Yuel from the box, and Newcastle saw his win

in case of injuries …
“It’s basically what happened to us all season We haven’t had a lot of luck with injuries, but it’s just one of those that isn’t totally falling for us right now””

about his performance …
“I think there have been a number of good performances on the field. I think it’s just one of them, we’re 20, 30 minutes left in the games, we’re just barely right now. We just need something to do that for us change, a bit of luck, a bit of quality We’re into games, we’re not far from it, it’s just towards the end, sometimes we just fall short “

on form …
“We were under pressure last season. We knew that We play for Melbourne Victory, we know that the standards of this club make much higher demands on us. Everyone hurts in the locker room, we’ve been injured all season and nobody is afraid of it , we are all ahead and we all realize that we have to get better. I think we were better today I think the only way we can get out of this is by getting more and more hard work and more honesty, and each and every one of us is just doing better “

Melbourne Victory: Crocombe (gk); Roux (Broxham 38 ‘), Ansell (Ryan 59’), Shotton, Traore (c); Butterfield; McManaman (Folami 68 ‘), Brimmer, Kirdar, Kruse; Lawrie-Lattanzio (Gestede 68 ‘) Newcastle Jets: Duncan (gk); Millar, Koutroumbis, Boogaard (c), Topor-Stanley, O’Toole; Thurgate, Ugarkovic; O’Donovan (Goodwin 86 ‘), Najjarine (Prso 62’), Yuel (Abbas 90 2 ‘)

Melbourne Victory head coach Grant Brebner urged his team to change form after a 1-0 loss to Newcastle Jets on Sunday

A goal by Angus Thurgate in the second half brought the Jets past victory at AAMI Park

The win has suffered three losses in a row and seen Storm Roux,

Melbourne Victory head coach Jeff Hopkins hopes his team will continue to grow after a third straight win on Saturday

Kayla Morrison and Catherine Zimmerman scored as Victory recorded a 2-0 win over Newcastle Jets and moved up to third in the Westfield W-League

Melbourne Victory recorded their third straight win and finished third in the Westfield W-League table after beating Newcastle Jets 2-0


Kayla Morrison and Catherine Zimmerman goals in the first half gave Victory an impressive win at No2 sports field on Satu

Melbourne Victory

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