Terry Antonis secures record win for Melbourne City


Melbourne City midfielder, Terry Antonis, has helped to get his team a thumping 7-0 win over the Western Sydney Wanderers with an extraordinary goal that lives among the best seen in the A-League Men competition.

Kept out of the limelight while playing for his previous team, Western Sydney Wanderers, it was only fitting that Antonis’ moment in the sun came during this game.

According to ABC, this was the Wanderers’ heaviest defeat since joining the league in the 2012/13 season.

30-year-old Antonis latched onto a defensive clearance in the 82nd minute, knocking the ball over the head of Oscar Priestman.

Antonis then smacked a half-volley from inside the centre circle over goalkeeper Lawrence Thomas’s head and into the net.

The now Melbourne City star has been unwilling to speak publicly on what happened during his days with the Wanderers and did not want to speak to media after his super goal on Tuesday night.

Source: ABC




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