There may have only been three games but there were still plenty of outstanding individual displays in the Hyundai A-League on the weekend.
We’ve crunched the Opta Data to pick out the best performing players across the Hyundai A-League.
Based on a range of metrics provided by the Hyundai A-League’s official data provider, here are the standout players from the weekend's action.
Andrew Redmayne (Sydney FC) - Saved three shots to keep a clean sheet, and finished with 39 pass attempts, the second most of any keeper.
Michael Zullo (Sydney FC) - The fullback produced a remarkable three assists in Sydney FC's thumping of Melbourne City.
Jade North (Roar) - Made a round-high 11 clearances and won 4/8 duels in Roar's upset win over Victory.
Ivan Franjic (Roar) - Made a round-high seven tackles, contested 12 duels, and made two interceptions.
Josh Risdon (Wanderers) - Had three shots at goal, provided an assist, and finished with 50 pass attempts.
Chris Ikonmidis (Wanderers) - Made a round-high seven shots at goal, created four scoring chances, and scored a goal.
James Troisi (Victory) - Scored a goal from just one shot on target and finished with a passing accuracy of 86% from 29 attempts.
Brett Holman (Roar) - Contested 10 duels, made 32 passes and found the back of the net as Roar downed Victory.
Milos Ninkovic (Sydney FC) - Contested 18 duels, made six touches in the opposition box, made two shots at goal, and scored a goal.
Massimo Maccarone (Roar) - The veteran netted the opener and provided the assist for Roar's second in a superb all-round performance.
Oriol Riera (Wanderers) - Scored a goal, created three scoring chances and contested a round-high 29 duels in Wanderers' 4-0 win over Phoenix.
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