Hyundai A-League results, video and reaction

Only four matches in Round 7 but there was no shortage of action with a cracking Harvey Norman Friday night double header, rampant Sydney FC hit their first speed bump while it was all square in the F3 Derby.

We’ve got all your round’s scores, video and reaction for your Monday morning fix of the weekend’s Hyundai A-League. And note, Phoenix hosting Victory was postponed due to the earthquake in New Zealand. 

Western Sydney Wanderers 1-1 Melbourne City

Tim Cahill’s return to his hometown for the first time in a domestic league match looked like ending in another script writer’s dream for the veteran striker until a Wanderers late-show saw the spoils shared at Spotless.

VIDEO: Wanderers v City highlights

Wanderers late show cancels out Cahill strike

Wanderers striker expects Red and Black revival

City star Cahill unflustered by boo-boys

Tim Cahill celebrates his opener against the Wanderers in trademark style on Friday night.

Perth Glory 3-1 Adelaide United

It was a dramatic 90 minutes in the West that saw four goals, some heavy challenges, a red card and a smattering of controversy. It was too much even for the unflappable Gui Amor, who was sent to the stands by referee Jarred Gillett – much to the delight of more than 10,000 fans at nib.

VIDEO: Glory v Adelaide highlights

Glory pile more misery on 10-man Adelaide

Griffiths’ rallying call to Glory teammates

Adelaide United captain calls for calm

Perth Glory

Brisbane Roar 1-1 Sydney FC

Wearing a new all-maroon kit, Roar had to call on all their Queensland spirit to stop the Sky Blues machine. More than 17,000 fans witnessed an absorbing contest with a couple of cracking goals – including a stunning drought-breaker for a Sydney FC midfielder.

VIDEO: Roar v Sydney FC highlights

Roar, Sky Blues all square in Suncorp spectacular

Theo reveals motivation behind vintage display

Arnie hails draw against Roar season’s best

Josh Brillante celebrates opening the scoring against Brisbane Roar at Suncorp Stadium on Saturday night.

Newcastle Jets 1-1 Central Coast Mariners

Quiet first half, action-packed second in what was a good, old fashioned F3 Derby in the Hunter. In the end we saw two goals, seven yellow cards, a red and a fearsome contest in front of more than 11,000 fans as it finished all square between these two local rivals.

VIDEO: Jets v Mariners highlights

Jets fightback earns point against 10-man Mariners

Clut annoyed at wasteful Jets in F3 Derby

Izzo: Rose red cost Mariners in F3 Derby

Jets midfielder Andrew Hoole takes a freekick against the Mariners on Sunday.