Adelaide United continued their run up the A-League Men ladder as a pair of assists from Craig Goodwin allowed Adelaide United to sink Newcastle Jets on Sunday evening.
The Reds claimed back to back wins at Coopers Stadium after Craig Goodwin's two assists laid off to George Blackwood and Mo Toure respectively allowed Adelaide United to move back into 3rd place on the A-League Men ladder.
Early on Goodwin was released in behind the Jets defence and the quick feet of the 30-year-old gave him enough space to play a ball into the oncoming Blackwood who slotted home the opener for the Reds in the second minute of the match.
After turning provider for the opener at Coopers Stadium, Goodwin nearly grabbed a goal himself as the exciting winger once again dazzled his way past the Newcaslte defence before just narrowly firing his shot wide of the Newcastle goal shortly after the opener for the Reds.
Goodwin continued to terrorize the Newcastle defence for the rest of the match, despite being pushed further back the pitch to left-back, but it was Goodwin who had the last laugh of the match providing a beauty of a ball to allow Toure to net the winner for the Reds in the 88th minute.
The two assists rounded out what was an extremely impressive performance from the Reds winger who very nearly got his 35th goal in Reds colours this evening.
Craig Goodwin and Adelaide United don't have long to celebrate an important victory over Newcastle as they next face Western Sydney Wanderers on Wednesday evening with kick off at 7:35pm, Coopers Stadium.