Third consecutive victory for Sydney Olympic FC


Sydney Olympic defeated Sydney FC 3-2 on Sunday afternoon away at Valentine Sports Park to pick up their third win in as many National Premier League NSW Men’s games.

The away side opened the scoring with a direct piece of play, which saw Adam Parkhouse’s shot off a ball in behind parried into the path of Darcy Burgess, who converted into the opening net.

Photo: Chris Paraskevas.

Sydney FC responded in the 34th minute was a brilliant one two between Clayton Taylor and Alen Harbas saw the former drive into the box and convert with his left foot from an acute angle.

Photo: Takis Triadafillou

Sydney Olympic took the lead once more in the 75th minute as Burgess made it a brace for himself with a stunning strike as he capitalised on a bouncing ball in the box, converting it into the top left corner with class and composure.

Photo: Takis Triadafillou

O’Donovan added a third with a stunning strike into the top left former nine minutes later, but Sydney clawed one back in the 87th minute off a clinical Luka Smyth penalty.

However, Sydney FC couldn’t find another goal, and Sydney Olympic kept their winning run intact.

Source: Football NSW

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