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Stalemate leaves Wanderers frustrated

Western Sydney Wanderers squandered the chance to close the gap on Brisbane Roar at the top of the A-League after drawing 0-0 at struggling Wellington Phoenix.

Tahj Minniecon of Western Sydney Wanderers in action against Wellington Phoenix.
 Tahj Minniecon in action for Western Sydney Wanderers during their goalless draw against Wellington Phoenix.

• Brisbane Roar win again

Wanderers could have gone within one point of leaders Brisbane with victory but in a match of few chances, Mark Bridge fired over for the visitors from close range with 13 minutes left.

Wanderers are three points behind the leaders in second while Wellington are second bottom and still in search for their first win.

Basement side Melbourne Heart will have mixed feelings after they came from two goals down to draw 3-3 at home with Adelaide United.

Heart have just three points and they appeared to be heading for their sixth defeat of the season when they went 2-0 down after just a quarter of an hour through Steven Lustica (four) and Sergio Olivare Cirio (15).

However, the home side hit back with a double through Andrea Migliorini (54, 66) and when David Williams converted a penalty five minutes later Heart were staring at their first win of the season.

However, Marcelo Carrusca levelled for United with 13 minutes to go to keep United third from bottom.

Information from the Press Association was used in this report.

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