Brisbane Roar underlined their reputation as the A-League's comeback kids by denying Perth Glory once again with another late equaliser on Saturday.
Just as they did in the opening round of the season, the Roar broke Glory hearts by salvaging a 1-1 draw -- this time with a powerful header from an unlikely source. Young English defender Macaulay Gillesphey broke his A-League duck by leaping high over the Perth defence from a perfectly-placed Jamie O'Shea corner in the 85th minute at Redcliffe.
Brisbane Roar's A-League resurgence rolled on as Robbie Fowler's side beating Western United 1-0 at Ballarat's Mars Stadium on Sunday.
Young striker Mirza Muratovic handed the visitors the lead in the 61st minute and an uninspiring United were unable to claw their way back into the game.
The win gives sixth-placed Brisbane a four-point buffer on United, while they are now just two points and goal difference behind Adelaide and Wellington.
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