A goal from Kosta Barbarouses in the second half was enough for Sydney FC to score a narrow 1-0 win over Perth Glory and climb to fourth place in the A-League, with the game under Unusual circumstances will end and some of the lights in the Jubilee Stadium will go out on Wednesday and lightning is nearby

According to the rules of the A-League, the result remained, although the game ended one minute before full time and there was still four minutes of added time left to play

Barbarouses won nine minutes after the break after the Glory failed to score in seven away games against Sydney FC

The game was played on a greasy surface after the start was delayed by 45 minutes when a thunderstorm swept across South Sydney before kick-off

The Sky Blues opened up countless scoring opportunities, but Glory goalkeeper Liam Reddy made several inspired blocks

It was another night of calamity in front of goal for Sydney FC as the reigning champions struggled to break Reddy’s defenses Despite Reddy’s form, the veteran shotstopper would have kept Barbarouse’s low-angle hit at the low angle shot through his hands must

Sydney FC’s offensive stocks have been boosted for competition Alex Baumjohann replaced the dormant Calem Nieuwenhof

Perth was equally delighted with Andy Keogh’s timely return after Diego Castro was banned for a month the night before the game

Glory coach Richard Garcia surprisingly left midfield motor Neil Kilkenny on the bench, and the regular skipper only entered the fight in the final 10 minutes

The Sky Blues could have been out of sight during the break when striker Bobo made two appearances, first by a melee block hitting the crossbar and then by a one-handed save

Attacking midfielder Milos Ninkovic, who scored numerous openings, had his own clear opening in the first half, but Reddy was up to the challenge again

Perth enjoyed its positive moments in attack, especially the popular Carlo Armiento was a constant cause for concern for the home team

Perth Glory always seemed to be able to undo its opponents when counterattacked by Bruno Fornaroli, Keogh and Armiento

The Sky Blues survived a nervous final few minutes, moving five points behind the top spot with a match in hand while Glory stayed in ninth place

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Sydney FC is ranked 89 Minute declared the 1-0 winner after a thunderstorm switched off the floodlights

Sydney FC wins 1-0 against Perth Glory turns off the lights after a thunderstorm and gives the game in the 90 Minute on

A goal from Kosta Barbarouses in the second half was enough for Sydney FC to take a narrow 1-0 win against Perth Glory and move up to fourth place in the A-League

Oliver Bozanic scores a late penalty to save a point in the 2-2 draw with Western Sydney

After a spate of late goals, A-League leaders Central Coast Mariners and Western Sydney Wanderers played an action-packed 2-2 draw on Tuesday

Steve Corica says it wasn’t a great sight when Melbourne Victory fans threw bottles at Kosta Barbarouses in Sydney FC’s 3-0 win on Sunday

Sydney FC v Perth Glory

World news – AU – Sydney FC v Perth Glory – football match report – 7 April 2021 – ESPN

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