Hyundai A-League results, video and reaction

Round 3 had late drama and fabulous football. Catch up with the scores, video and reaction for your Monday morning fix of the weekend’s Hyundai A-League.

Melbourne City 2-3 Perth Glory

Harvey Norman Friday night football had it all, including Kenny Lowe banished to the stands for the second half in a feisty and fabulous night’s entertainment.

REPORT: Keogh hat-trick sees Glory shutdown City

ANALYSIS: Glory’s tactics tame City’s firepower

REACTION: Glory skipper proud of Perth’s ‘fight’

REACTION: Van’t Schip backs Melbourne City’s structure

Perth Glory players celebrate one of Andy Keogh's goals against City on Friday night.

Central Coast 0-1-Brisbane Roar

Roar hit back after last week’s big loss in Newcastle, giving coach John Aloisi the reaction he wanted and the three points he needed.

REPORT: Roar scrape past Mariners in Gosford

REACTION: Holman relieved by Roar’s ‘gutsy’ win

REACTION: O’Donovan disappointed with misfiring Mariners

A dejected Storm Roux after the Roar open the scoring against the Mariners.

Adelaide United 1-2 Melbourne Victory

Late drama to end an absolutely cracking contest as Victory registered its first win of the season against the luckless Reds in Adelaide.

REPORT: Victory break Adelaide’s hearts with last-gasp dagger

REACTION: Adelaide were the better team: Elrich

REACTION: Muscat revels in Victory’s dogged display

Besart Berisha celebrates Melbourne Victory's late winner against the Reds at Coopers Stadium.

Wellington Phoenix 0-1 Sydney FC

More late drama this time with Milos Ninkovic breaking Phoenix hearts in time added on to maintain Sydney’s extraordinary 100% winning record with no goals conceded.

REPORT: Sky Blues late show stuns Phoenix in NZ

REACTION: Vukovic: Sydney’s win was ‘smash and grab’

REACTION: Shattered Tratt predicts Phoenix to shine soon

Sydney FC players celebrate their late winner against Wellington on Sunday.

Wanderers 2-2 Jets

Wanderers christened their temporary new home with an impressive first half to lead 2-0 only for the Jets to hit back in spectacular fashion, setting up a massive NSW derby next week in Newy against Sydney FC.

REPORT: Jets stage epic comeback against Wanderers

NEWS: Newcastle skipper makes Australian goal-scoring history

REACTION: Bemused Cornthwaite laments Wanderers late slip

Newcastle Jets players celebrate Andrew Hoole's late equaliser against the Wanderers.