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‘Worst performance since I’ve been at the club’: Roar concede EIGHT in embarrassing loss to City




Nonetheless smarting from the lack of former head coach Ross Aloisi, Brisbane Roar went down 8-1 to Melbourne Metropolis at AAMI Park on Thursday evening, a defeat described as “in all probability the worst efficiency we’ve ever had since I’ve been on the membership” by Roar midfielder Jay O’Shea.

The gorgeous end result equals the most important win in A-League historical past.

Brisbane’s stunning defence leaked three targets within the first half earlier than the wheels fully fell off within the second 45 minutes, conceding 5 extra instances.

Wanting extra shell-shocked as the sport wore on, the seven-goal margin set an undesirable document for the Roar, who capitulated within the face of an more and more rampant Metropolis.

Capitalising on his foe’s defensive woes, Jamie Maclaren feasted as he helped pile ache on to what has been a catastrophic week for the guests.

The second of Maclaren’s three scores introduced up his one hundred and fiftieth all-time league purpose, and his third his one hundredth in a Metropolis shirt. 

(Picture by Kelly Defina/Getty Photographs)

The A-League’s all-time goalscoring chief throughout its 19-year historical past, the Metropolis skipper trails solely Damien Mori’s 240 on Australia’s all-time nationwide league goalscoring charts.

It was a disastrous debut for Roar’s caretaker coach Luciano Trani, who took over after Aloisi’s abrupt resignation on Christmas Eve, reportedly to take up an assistant teaching position in China. 

His aspect was down 1-0 after simply 10 minutes when Curtis Good headed dwelling from a nook.

Maclaren then slid in on the far put up to satisfy a low ball throughout the face of purpose from Marin Jakolis to make it two simply 4 minutes later. 

A wonderfully positioned ball down the left flank by Aziz Behich then allowed Maclaren to make it 3-0 heading into half-time. 

Natel registered his first and second targets for Metropolis within the second half with strikes within the forty ninth and seventieth minutes, efforts sandwiched round Maclaren delivering one other Jakolis supply for his third.

Rylan Brownlie, 16, grew to become Roar’s youngest ever ALM goalscorer within the 62nd minute.

Brownlie’s slice of historical past was overshadowed considerably as Metropolis poured in but extra targets, gamers lining as much as get in on the act as Tolgay Arslan struck within the 76th minute and Ben Mazzeo within the eighty fifth. 

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