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 Introduction Western United and Sydney FC drew 3 3 in the Isuzu UTE A League Men on Saturday night in a thrilling match with chances at both ends The result leaves United two points behind Sydney in sixth place with four matches left of the season First Half Lachie Wales gave United an early lead but Robert Mak equalised for Sydney with a neat finish Connor Pain took the Green and Black back in front with a brilliant shot after assisting United s opening goal The highlight of the half was a near third for United when Dylan Pierias hit the crossbar with a left footed effort At half time United led 2 1 Second Half United extended their lead to two goals early in the second half with an own goal from Sydney s Luke Brattan before Sydney brought it back with goals from Diego Caballo and Mak once again The hosts nearly equalised immediately from kick off with Anthony Caceres hitting the post Sydney continued pushing for an equaliser hitting the woodwork once again but were saved by Andrew Redmayne s saves Mak scored a stunning long range curler to draw the match level and Western United had two big chances to snatch a win but the match ended in a draw Conclusion Western United made two changes to the team with Pierias replacing Botic in the starting line up and Topor Stanley replacing Risdon who was suspended Ramy Najjarine made his Western United debut off the bench The match had chances at both ends but ultimately the points were shared with both teams continuing to battle for finals football Credit https wufc com au news alm match report sydney fc 3 3 western unitedENND
Western United and Sydney FC play out a 3-3 draw in the A-League

Introduction

Western United and Sydney FC drew 3-3 in the Isuzu UTE A-League Men on Saturday night, in a thrilling match with chances at both ends. The result leaves United two points behind Sydney in sixth place, with four matches left of the season.

First Half

Lachie Wales gave United an early lead, but Robert Mak equalised for Sydney with a neat finish. Connor Pain took the Green and Black back in front with a brilliant shot after assisting United’s opening goal. The highlight of the half was a near third for United, when Dylan Pierias hit the crossbar with a left-footed effort. At half time, United led 2-1.

Second Half

United extended their lead to two goals early in the second half with an own goal from Sydney’s Luke Brattan, before Sydney brought it back with goals from Diego Caballo and Mak once again. The hosts nearly equalised immediately from kick-off, with Anthony Caceres hitting the post. Sydney continued pushing for an equaliser, hitting the woodwork once again, but were saved by Andrew Redmayne’s saves. Mak scored a stunning long-range curler to draw the match level, and Western United had two big chances to snatch a win, but the match ended in a draw.

Conclusion

Western United made two changes to the team, with Pierias replacing Botic in the starting line-up, and Topor-Stanley replacing Risdon who was suspended. Ramy Najjarine made his Western United debut off the bench. The match had chances at both ends, but ultimately the points were shared, with both teams continuing to battle for finals football.

Credit: https://wufc.com.au/news/alm-match-report-sydney-fc-3-3-western-united

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