Top 15 Moments – Jamie Dunkin’s Top 15 Goals


This time we take a look at Jamie Dunkin’s Top 15 goals in no particular order.

We asked you for your Top 15 memories and moments from our 15 years as a club, and the entries continue to roll in.

This time we take a look at Jamie Dunkin’s Top 15 goals in no particular order– which one is your standout?


Bobô’s volley in that 6-0 over Perth

A sumptuous volley on the angle, the Brazilian forward struck the ball across his body to make it 5-0 with the 90 minutes approaching. It wasn’t the end of the scoring though as the Sky Blues bagged another in stoppage time to complete the rout at Allianz Stadium.

Brosque chip vs CCM

One of the contenders for Goal of the Season from 2018/19, Alex Brosque produced a sublime chip from range at Netstrata Jubilee Stadium as the Sky Blues came back from a goal down to dismantle the Mariners 5-2.

Brosque chip

Siem de Jong vs Roar

A touch of class from the Dutchman at Suncorp Stadium, as he converted from the byline with a no-look finish beyond Jamie Young to cap off a 3-1 victory in Queensland.

Holosko v WSW

It was the goal that kickstarted our first demolition derby at ANZ Stadium in 2016. Filip Holosko volleyed home from close range after latching onto a deep cross from the left, before the Sky Blues fired home another three goals in a memorable night.  

Holosko celebrates

Ninkovic vs Suwon

Racing onto a ball over the top, Milos Ninkovic produced a stunning chip with the outside of his foot to beat the onrushing Suwon keeper and kickstart the Sky Blues’ largest ever AFC Champions League win, emerging eventual 4-1 winners in the Korea Republic.

Karol Kisel volley vs Victory

A goal that will live long in the annals of Sydney FC, Karol Kisel struck a wicked volley from range to open the scoring as the Sky Blues sealed a memorable Hyundai A-League Premiership by defeating Melbourne Victory in the final game of the regular season in 2010.

Kisel goal celebration

Aloisi’s Premiership winner

John Aloisi wrapped up Sydney FC’s first Premiership with a thunderous effort in front of The Cove in the second half against Melbourne Victory in the final game of the regular season in 2010.

Corica in the 2006 GF

Steve Corica’s lone strike at Allianz Stadium in 2006 wrapped up the Sky Blues first Hyundai A-League Championship, spawing a Cove chant about the moment and dominating the club’s highlight reels for years to come.

Corica's GF Goal

Brosque vs City, FFA Cup 2017

Not a bad finish for an early season game at Leichhardt Oval. Alex Brosque controlled a high ball with his head before changing direction and lobbing Galekovic as the Sky Blues marched into the FFA Cup Semi-Finals, eventually claiming the Cup at Allianz Stadium that year.

ADP’s 4th vs Phoenix

Arguably the pick of the Italian’s four strikes on the day, Del Piero cut inside from the left, dropping the should and racing beyond one marker before lashing an effort into the roof of the net.

ADP Celebration

Matt Simon vs Mariners, 2017/18

Putting his body on the line, Matt Simon all but wrapped up back to back Premierships for the Sky Blues with a stoppage time diving header at the far post before a jubilant celebration in front of the travelling Cove.

Grant’s equaliser, 2017 GF

Few sounds will compare to the roar that erupted when Rhyan Grant prodded home in the second half of the 2017 Hyundai A-League Grand Final in front of The Cove at Allianz Stadium. Grant’s goal paved the way for a gritty extra time performance before Milos Ninkovic sealed the Championship with his spotkick in the shootout.

2017 GF Celebrations

Bobô FFA Cup winner

Brazilian Bobô wrapped up a calendar year treble for the Sky Blues in 2017 as his diving header in extra time at Allianz Stadium sealed a famous FFA Cup win over Adelaide Untied.

Bernie Ibini vs WSW

Trailing by a goal, a long ball hoofed forward released Bernie Ibini who skiped beyond a trailing Wanderes defender before cutting inside and rifiling an effort into the roof of the net.

Holosko vs Glory, R27 2015/16

With a burst of pace Filip Holosko raced away from the Perth defence and into the box, before cutting back inside and curling a low effort in – a great strike to round out the 2015/16 season.


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