Hyundai A-League Performers of the Week: Round 15

Who starred for their respective teams in Round 15? We’ve crunched the Opta Data to pick out the best performing players across the league. 

Based on a range of metrics provided by the Hyundai A-League’s official data provider, here’s the standout players from the competition's mid-week round. 

KEEPER 

Glen Moss (Jets) - Made four saves, 23 passes and finished with a clean sheet in Newcastle's win over the Mariners. 

Glen Moss
Glen Moss stood tall for the Jets.

DEFENDERS

Michael Zullo (Sydney FC) - Made a round-high two blocks plus three clearances as Sydney disposed of the Roar. 

Michael Jakobsen (City) - Made a game-high five clearances, as well as 57 passes (91% accuracy) and six contested duels in City's win over Glory. 

Jordy Buijs (Sydney FC) - Finished with a passing accuracy of 92%, the best of any player to make at least 50 passes.

Harrison Delbridge (City) - Solid at the back and made 62 passes with an accuracy of 81%, the joint-most of any City player.

Michael Jakobsen was excellent for City.

 

MIDFIELDERS

Pato Rodriguez (Jets) - An eye-catching debut off the bench. Made nine passes into the final third, the second-most of any Jets player and scored a goal with his lone shot.

Luke Brattan (City) - Made five tackles, the joint-third-most of any player and 58 passes with an accuracy of 91%.

Adrian Mierzejewski (Sydney FC) - Won a joint-round-high five fouls, scored a goal and created two scoring chances.

Matt Ridenton (Phoenix) - Created a round-high eight scoring chances in Phoenix's win over Victory, twice as many as any other player.

Patricio Rodriguez
Pato Rodriguez made an impressive debut for the Jets.

ATTACKERS

Ross McCormack (City) - Bagged two goals from as many shots and finished with a passing accuracy of 85% (from 27 passes).

Bobo (Sydney FC) - Had three shots at goal, two on target and found the back of the net for his 15th goal of the season.

Bobo
Bobo starred for Sydney FC