With Perth Glory coach Kenny Lowe banished to the stands over a clash with the referee, Andy Keogh scored a hat trick to topple Melbourne City 3-2 at AAMI Park.
Twice Keogh put Perth ahead from set pieces in Friday's A-League match but City found replies either side of half-time through Bruno Fornaroli's penalty and Fernando Brandan.
But five minutes from time, Keogh proved to be the hero and City pair Josh Rose and Dean Bouzanis the villains after they conspired to hand the Irishman his third.
Perth Glory have scored their first win of the A-League season with a 2-0 win over the Wellington Phoenix at nib Stadium.
The Phoenix were coming off an opening-round loss to Melbourne City and started strongly but Glory took control and turned their dominance into goals in the second half.
Perth got on the board through a Diego Castro penalty and they should've doubled their advantage, but Andy Keogh delivered a powerless penalty effort in the 61st minute.
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Perth Glory coach Kenny Lowe insists it was the right decision to substitute Adam Taggart and import Diego Castro despite watching his A-League team crash to a 3-3 draw with Central Coast at nib Stadium.
Glory were cruising at 3-0 up at half-time following a brace from Taggart and a 35th-minute penalty to Castro on Saturday.
Taggart, who had endured two injury-plagued years in Europe before sustaining an ankle issue during the preseason, was subbed off in the 63rd minute with Perth still holding...