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Western Sydney off bottom of A-League thanks to Kerem Bulut brace

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Kerem Bulut celebrates one of the two goals he scored in a thumping victory.

Western Sydney Wanderers climbed off the bottom of the A-League standings on Wednesday with a thumping 4-1 win at the Brisbane Roar.

Nikita Rukavytsya put the struggling visitors ahead with a first-time finish after 20 minutes and, although Jonathan Aspropotamitis' own goal got the hosts level in the 41st minute, Kerem Bulut restored the Warriors' advantage before the interval and they never looked back.

Romeo Castelen extended their advantage with a fine third goal after a great pass from Yojiro...

 By Jason Dasey

Sydney FC striker Marc Janko dreams of Euro 2016 berth with Austria

Marc Janko is outscoring Sydney FC's former marquee players Alessandro Del Piero and Dwight Yorke.

Drawing inspiration from his Olympic medallist mother, the A-League's top striker Marc Janko shifted his focus this week from Sydney FC's title charge to leading Austria to a first major football tournament in eight years.

Eva Janko won a bronze medal in javelin for Austria at the 1968 Olympics in Mexico. Now her son is hoping to book a place for the nation at the 2016 European Championship on the back of scintillating form on the other side of the world that has brought him an A-League best 16...

 By PA Sport

Adelaide United and Melbourne Victory share spoils in A-League

Wellington Phoenix stayed top of the Australian A-League after title rivals Adelaide United and Melbourne Victory thrashed out a 2-2 draw.

Both had the chance to take over at the summit but they remained snapping at Wellington's heels.

Melbourne took a ninth-minute lead through Fahid Ben Khalfallah, but hosts Adelaide were level shortly before half-time thanks to Pablo Sanchez and led when Dylan McGowan netted in the 74th minute.

Pablo Sanchez fires home Adelaide's first goal of the game.

However Australia international Archie Thompson pounced for an equaliser...