Perth Glory are back on top of the A-League ladder after scoring a comeback 4-2 win over Brisbane Roar.
Perth looked out of the game at half time following a blistering Brisbane opening half scoring two goals including a header from Adam Taggart.
The turning point in the match was a red card to the Roar that left them with just 10-men on the field.
Neil Kilkenny converted from the penalty spot and a short time later nailed his second when a VAR decision went the Glory's way.
Andy Keogh scored the defining blow of the game in the 87th minute heading a ball in the back of the unguarded net after a cross from Joel Chianese drew the keeper out of position.
It's a short turn around for Perth who take on Sydney FC on Wednesday night.