The defending W-League Champions continue their impressive play netting three goals over Perth Glory, who find themselves at the bottom of the league ladder.
SIEMSEN IS THE REAL DEAL
Winning the Young Footballer of the Year in the 2016-17 season netting six goals shows the offensive power of Remy Siemsen. Since then she has had a little bit of an offensive dropoff, but this season is proving to be her best yet.
Over just three games for Sydney FC Siemsen has four goals, tied for the league best. In today’s game it only took Siemsen six minutes to earn her second brace of the year and put her team up 2-0.
Her first goal came from just inside the box where Siemsen sent a lofted ball over the Perth keeper into the goal.
Siemsen’s second goal came from a Perth miscue that she capitalized on knocking the ball off both posts and into the net.
On a team with Caitlin Foord, Chloe Logarzo and Princess Ibini the thought that Siemsen is the top scorer may come as a surprise. Perhaps teams are putting too much emphasis on the other players allowing Siemsen to create more chances.
Now with her scoring record teams will have to take notice and have a more balanced defensive game plan for Sydney.
Whether future goals come from Siemsen or her teammates Sydney won’t care as long as they keep seeing the ball in the back of the net.