The only goal in the game came from Ross McCormack in the 59th minute. Okon paid credit to City for their performance but was bemused that Iacopo La Rocca’s challenge on Andrew Hoole in the box was not reviewed. “We’re probably a bit disappointed we didn’t get a penalty as well, I’m still trying to understand how the VAR works,” Okon said post-match. “My take on it is the VAR will only overrule if it is an obvious error, but it is an obvious error because the referee doesn’t see it.
Victory were handed their fourth loss of the campaign on Friday night after they fell 2-1 to Adelaide United at home. Besart Berisha failed to convert a spot kick in the first-half and the hosts couldn't take advantage of their numerical advantage when the Reds were reduced to nine men in the final 10 minutes. The Victory boss would not single out individuals, but assured fans the lapses in concentration would be addressed.
Daniel Adlung and Ben Garuccio both saw second yellow cards in the final 10 minutes of the game. Garuccio received his initial booking in the first-half after giving away a penalty, which Besart Berisha failed to convert. He then received his marching orders for time wasting in the dying minutes. Adlung copped a yellow card on Rhys Williams in the 38th minute and then saw red after taking down Matias Sanchez with eight minutes remaining.
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