Sydney FC 2 (Kamsoba 36’, Barbarouses 83’) def. Wollongong Wolves 0
Sydney FC secured another pre-season win defeating Wollongong Wolves 2-0 thanks to goals from Kosta Barbarouses and Elvis Kamsoba, keeping a third consecutive clean sheet in the process.
Moments That Mattered:
O’TOOLE HITS POST – 1’ – O’Toole gets free in the left channel of the box and drives a shot off the post which is subsequently cleared.
HEWARD-BELLE SAVE – 31’ – Scott plays in Beattie but his shot is well saved by Heward-Belle down low and the winger puts the rebound over the bar.
KAMSOBA GOAL – 36’ – Kamsoba makes it 3 from 3 in pre-season sliding the ball under the keeper after a great tackle and through ball from Nieuwenhof.
HEWARD-BELLE SAVE – 46’ – The keeper pushes Jennings shot away from goal.
LE FONDRE HITS THE BAR – 50’ – Caceres crosses from the right and Le Fondre hits the bar with a header & Wollongong clear the attempted rebounds.
BARBAROUSES GOAL – 83’ – O’Toole gets to the byline to cross to Barbarouses who slides it home from close range.
Sydney FC have produced a third consecutive pre-season win, keeping a third clean sheet in the process with a 2-0 win over Wollongong Wolves.
The Sky Blues took the lead with Elvis Kamsoba hitting his third in three games, finishing off a move after a sublime pass from Calem Nieuwenhof.
Wolves threatened from time to time and Tom Heward-Belle was called into action to keep up the advantage.
Barbarouses secured the win in the last ten minutes converting a right wing cross from Connor O’Toole.
Sydney FC: 20. Tom HEWARD-BELLE (GK), 2. James DONACHIE (Cameron FONG 26’) (4. Alex WILKINSON 75’), 3. Ben WARLAND (34. Aaron GURD 87’), 5. Connor O’TOOLE (51. Oscar PRIESTMAN 87’), 10. Milos NINKOVIC (16. Joel KING 60’), 11. Kosta BARBAROUSES, 14. Adam LE FONDRE (25. Corey HOLLMAN 65’), 17. Anthony CACERES (8. Paulo RETRE 65’), 21. Harry VAN DER SAAG, 27. Elvis KAMSOBA (29. Luka SMYTH 87’), 28. Calem NIEUWENHOF (26. Luke BRATTAN 60’),
Unused Subs: 1. Andrew REDMAYNE.
Yellow Cards: None.
Red Cards: None.
Venue: Albert Butler Park