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AUSTRALIAN A-LEAGUE

2015/2016 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Western Sydn 10 4 4 34
2 Brisbane 10 4 4 34
3 Melbourne C 8 4 5 28
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A-League: Wanderers go four points clear

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Brisbane Roar ease to win as Western Sydney Wanderers leave it late

Corona (left) celebrates his excellent strike for Brisbane Roar.

Brisbane Roar moved level on points with A-League leaders Western Sydney Wanderers after a 4-0 win over Central Coast Mariners.

Jade North opened the scoring for the Roar with a brave header before Jamie MacLaren doubled their lead before half-time.

Corona made it 3-0 on 59 minutes with a fine strike from outside the box and then Henrique completed the scoring from the penalty spot against Mariners, who had Harry Ascroft sent off.

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Western Sydney Wanderers beat Central Coast Mariners to go top

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Brendon Santalab celebrates his late winner for Western Sydney Wanderers.

Brendon Santalab's 88th-minute goal saw Western Sydney Wanderers beat 10-man Central Coast Mariners to move top of the A-League and spoil the debut of ex-Liverpool star Luis Garcia.

The Wanderers took the lead on 11 minutes when Mark Bridge seized on a sloppy pass from Storm Roux.

The hosts hit back on 67 minutes, shortly after former Spain international Garcia came off the bench for his debut. The 2005 Champions League winner sparked the move that led Fabio Ferreira to turn home after Josh Bingham...