Goal Keeper: Andrew Redmayne
With some key saves in the final minutes of the game, Redmayne ensured that Sydney continued their run of nine hours of not conceding a goal from open play. These saves also ensured that he recorded his 10th clean sheet of the campaign.
Right Back: Josh Risdon
Involved from the outset, Risdon provided the cross that led to the opening goal of the match. He linked up well with new signing Chris Ikonomidis throughout the match, helping the Wanderers record a whopping 33 shots.
Centre Back: Brendan Hamill
Was a regular threat in attacking set pieces whilst also putting in a solid display in defense being untested throughout the whole match.
Centre Back: Alex Wilkinson
The former City defender’s experience and composure was on display, as he regularly closed down the angles of City’s strikers to force their shots wide.
Left Back: Michael Zullo
After claiming in the lead up to the game that his ambition was to claim a spot in the World Cup squad, Zullo didn’t disapoint by providing assists for three of the four goals in a tireless effort from left back against his former side.
Left Midfield: Chris Ikonomidis
In his first start for his new club, the Lazio loanee exploited Wellington’s defence, providing through balls and crosses to his teammates all match. He should have scored early in the second half but a goal line clearance prevented this, however he finally got his reward after a superb individual effort in the second half.
Center Midfield: Roly Bonevacia
Along with Carrusca, Bonevacia started everything for the Wanderers from an attacking standpoint.
Center Midfield: Marcelo Carrusca
Since his arrival from Melbourne City, Carrusca has been a vital addition to the Wanderers. His set piece ability, class and experience was on full display on Sunday.
Center Attacking Midfield: Milos Ninkovic
After coming accustomed to a great performance every week, Ninkovic’s class was on full display, after a well taken volley in the first half. An impressive 89 percent pass accuracy highlights his ability to set up Sydney’s attack.
Right Midfield: Adrian Mierzejewski
On the score sheet again for the 10th time this season, Mierzejewski was at his penetrating best providing through balls and crosses for his teammates all night.
Bobo became the quickest player to 20 goals in A-League history, scoring a brace on Saturday night in a clinical display.