Perth Glory have secured their first home win of the season scoring a 2-1 win over Brisbane Roar.
Andy Keogh brilliance was the difference in the clash scoring on both sides of the half.
Keogh first found the back of the net in the 15th minute finding the Chris Ikonomidis cross to stab it low and put it past the keeper.
The second conversion didn't go to Keogh's name but it was his shot that rebounded off the keeper and Roar defender Connor O'Toole smashed it into the back of the net to concede an own goal.
Speaking post-match coach Tony Popovic was pleased his side could notch up their first victory at home.
“Keogh looks a threat and it’s up to us to give him the service. Players are starting to understand each other better.” Popovic said.
“We’ve been happy with our performances in all three games, we keep improving.”
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