Central Coast Mariners secured a much-needed victory in the A-League on Saturday, April 1st, as they defeated Brisbane Roar by a resounding 4-1 scoreline. Brian Kaltak, the Vanuatu national team captain, played a pivotal role in the victory, putting in a good performance throughout the match.
Kaltak, who had been sidelined for two weeks after receiving his third red card of the season, returned to the starting lineup for this crucial match. He played the entire game as a central defender and helped his team to secure a comfortable victory against their opponents. Kaltak had returned to competitive football last week when he came as second half substitute in the 2-0 loss to Melbourne Victory.
This win was a much-needed boost for the Mariners, who had been struggling to find form in recent weeks. In fact, this was their first victory since February and their first win in the A-League since their last encounter with Brisbane Roar.
Kaltak’s performance was especially noteworthy, as he played a key role in ensuring that his team kept their opponents at bay. His experience and leadership were evident on the pitch, as he marshaled his team’s defense and made some crucial interventions to prevent the Roar from scoring.
Overall, the victory against Brisbane Roar was an important milestone for the Central Coast Mariners who sits now 3rd in the A-League table. As the season progresses, his presence and leadership will be crucial in helping his team to achieve their goals – the finals are just around the corner!