Ten-man Roar swat away rivals
Brisbane Roar increased their lead at the top of the A-League with an emphatic 4-0 victory over second-placed Adelaide United despite playing much of the second-half with 10 men.
The hosts took the lead with two minutes to go in the first period at
However, the goalscorer turned villain in the 54th minute when he was brought down by
It mattered little as moments later,
Elsewhere, third-placed Gold Coast United remained in touch with the leaders following a 1-0 win over Melbourne Victory at
Deprived of a number of first-team players through injury, Gold Coast clinched the points 10 minutes into the second period when Roddy Vargas powered a header into his own net from