Brisbane Roar extended their unbeaten run in the A-League to an impressive 14 games with a 5-1 defeat of Central Coast Mariners at
The win also increased Brisbane's advantage at the top of the standings to six points although second-placed Adelaide United have two games in hand.
The visitors took just eight minutes to open the scoring when
Solorzano then scored his and Roar's second just two minutes later, firing a shot from 20 yards into the bottom corner of the goal. The game was put beyond the Mariners with just 24 minutes on the clock when Nichols finished off a one-two with Kosta Barbarouses.
However, Roar added to their scoring with a strike from Reinaldo and an
"It's not easy in this league to go undefeated at any stage, but in particular over such a short period of time and with so much travel thrown in," said Roar coach Ange Postecoglou.
"The players have done unbelievably well to cope with everything that's been thrown at them during the run. What we need to do now is to keep going and keep improving on the things we can."
In the day's other game, nine-man Perth Glory held on to secure a 1-1 draw at North Queensland Fury.