A-League: Brisbane Roar to title with last-gasp win

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Brisbane Roar rejoice clinching the Premiers Plate.

George Bratton’s aim two minutes into stoppage time noticed Brisbane Roar clinch the Premiers Plate with a 1-0 win over second-placed Melbourne Victory.

Brattan fired in from the sting of the area just as it appeared time had run out on Roar’s bid to wrap up the silverware on Saturday.

The win, their fifteenth from 24 video games, lifted them 12 factors clear of Victory. Earlier, Newcastle Jets hammered Wellington Phoenix 5-0, with 4 of the objectives coming within the second half.

Emile Heskey’s thirty fifth-minute objective – his first of the season – was all that separated the teams at half-time, however after Joel Griffiths doubled the lead in the first minute of the second period, Adam Taggart added a brace before Michael Bridges finished it off in stoppage time.

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A-League: Brisbane Roar stretch lead at summit

Brisbane Roar claimed a 2-1 win over Adelaide United to nearly seal the A-League Premier’s Plate at Suncorp Stadium on Sunday.

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GettyImagesBesart Berisha struck twice for Brisbne Roar against Adelaide United.

A Besart Berisha brace after 22 and fifty two minutes allowed Mike Mulvey’s aspect to open up a ten-level lead at the high of the desk with 5 rounds remaining earlier than the finals series.

Jeronimo Neumann scored a consolation goal on the death to make it eleven matches in a row that Adelaide have discovered the online.

A late purpose from Kenny Cunningham earned Wellington Phoenix a point in a dramatic finale to their 1-1 draw with Perth Glory at Westpac Stadium.

Glory opened the scoring by way of defender William Gallas in the 34th minute, but Costa Rica striker Cunningham nodded dwelling the equaliser with 5 minutes remaining.

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Brisbane Roar 3-1 Perth Glory: Overdue win

The victory took Roar seven factors clear in the A-League.

Brisbane Roar received back to winning ways in the A-League with a 3-1 win over Perth Glory on Friday to extend their lead over Western Sydney Wanderers to seven points.

The league leaders had lost their last two games and had been unable break by in the first half as Sidnei Sciola spurned two chances.

The finally made their possession count with slightly below an hour gone after defender Ivan Franjic headed in a Thomas Broich free kick.

Former Manchester United midfielder Liam Miller then doubled the advantage over his former club and Broich got his title on the scoresheet with a shocking strike from distance.

Shane Smeltz seized on a poor move to grab a late consolation for Perth, who’ve now misplaced four in a row and sit bottom of the desk.

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