Melbourne City have recorded their first win of the campaign after coming from behind to beat Canberra United 2-1 courtesy of Emily van Egmond's stoppage-time penalty.
Olivia Price - 7
Like Hughes, contributed more defensively than with the ball as Canberra struggled to keep the ball for extended periods, but she kept van Egmond quiet throughout.
Simone Charley - 8.5
Had a quiet first half but burst into the spotlight in the second period with a number of weaving runs which left City defenders in her wake. At the heart of everything good for United, she struck the post with a cracking left foot strike and also started the move which opened the scoring.
Leena Khamis - 6.5
Always gives 110% and toiled hard for 74 minutes but did little to bother City's defence before being withdrawn.
Camila - 8
The Brazilian international was involved in everything today. Throwing her weight around in her defensive duties and then showing the typical South American flair you expect to see. Her wonderful long range strike rebounded off the post to present Stengel with the opener and she did not deserve to be on the losing side today.
Katie Stengel - 7
The prolific American got her goal, presented with the simplest of tasks after Camila's effort rebounded off the post, however she was isolated for large parts of the game and struggled to really leave her mark on the fixture.
Rebekah Horsey - 6.5
Subbed on in the 75th minute and immediately had a fantastic opportunity to put Canberra back in front with her first touch but blazed over.
Ashlie Crofts - 6.5
Also introduced with 15 minutes remaining, the youngster produced a fantastic piece of chest control to set up a late chance to win it for United but unfortunately blazed her shot horribly wide.