After a brace from Rudy Gestede, Melbourne Victory won 2-0 against Wellington Phoenix on Wednesday at AAMI Park

Gestede’s first goals for the club, both from the corners of Jake Brimmer, gave Victory a much-needed win

Dalibor Markovic and Zaydan Bello made their debut for a youthful win that earned three important points

Victory had the best chances in the first half despite losing Dylan Ryan and Marco Rojas to injuries

Gestede saved the Phoenix goalkeeper, Oliver Sail, in the seventh minute after a cross from Callum McManaman

McManaman was picked up by Sail at his near post after a pass from Robbie Kruse in 38 Minute rejected

The winger re-tested Sail from a distance before Jake Brimmer narrowly made a 20-yard attempt

But Victory rightly opened the gate at halftime Gestede headed his first goal for the club from a Brimmer corner

This duo reunited at the beginning of the second half when Gestede rose the highest to make it 2-0 in another Brimmer corner

Winning goalkeeper Max Crocombe made a good stop to deny Reno Piscopo before the hour, before the hosts scored a deserved win

about victory …
“It’s an amazing feeling. We were in a difficult position in the last few games. We never had the chance to play the full team, we had a lot of injuries. Today we showed everyone that we will keep fighting and obviously we have the quality, Games to be won “

on the difficult start …
“I was in that position at Aston Villa, Middlesbrough, we have to stick together The only thing that makes us want is to play as a team and be together””

to celebrate …
“He (head coach Grant Brebner) brought me to this club, it was important for us to be grateful. We’re all involved, from the submarines to the players who come in The whole club is involved in this win and we will make sure that we keep fighting together in the next game “

Melbourne Victory: Crocombe (gk); Broxham (c), Shotton (Bello 45 ‘), Ryan (Anderson 5’), Markovic; Brimmer, Kirdar; McManaman (Barnett 73 ‘), Kruse, Rojas (Butterfield 24’); Gestede (Lawrie-Lattanzio 73 ‘) Wellington Phoenix: sail (gk); Fenton, Payne, McGing, McGarry; Devlin, Rufer; Muratovic (Lewis 50 ‘), Davila (c), Piscopo (Lokolingoy 75’); Waine

Yellow cards: Muratovic 18 ‘, McGarry 25’, Broxham 34 ‘, Shotton 37’, Fenton 51 ‘, Markovic 55’, Anderson 62 ‘Red cards: NilAttendance: TBAVenue: AAMI Park

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A brace from Rudy Gestede, his first goals for the club, brought Victory to a much-needed and well-deserved win at AAMI Park on Wednesday

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Melbourne Victory welcomes Wellington Phoenix to AAMI Park on Wednesday evening

Melbourne Victory versus Wellington Phoenix
Wednesday 24th February
The Online Victory Village starts at 5:00 p.m.
Gates open: 5:50 p.m.
Kick-off for the A-League: 717 am

Tickets are available for the g

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