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.
Yukari Kinga - 9
The ageless Japanese maestro was back to her best this week as she helped City dominate possession for large periods of this clash. It was her delightful through ball that finally unlocked the Canberra United defence, and she showed all her experience to win the match winning penalty in stoppage time.
Aivi Luik - 7.5
Making her first start of the season, she immediately controlled the midfield and formed an excellent partnership with Kinga, which allowed City to dominate possession as they love to do.
Milica Mijatovic - 7
The Serbian winger boasts an impressive CV however it is taking her some time to adjust to life in the W-League. Had a decent chance in the 1st half which she dragged across the face of goal, but showed her class and predatory instincts in the 67th minute when she rounded Khamis and slotted the ball into an empty net for the equaliser.
Emily van Egmond - 7.5
Deployed just behind the striker, van Egmond found it tough to get on the ball with the likes of Hughes and Price buzzing around her, but she came up trumps when it mattered as she converted the match-winning penalty with virtually the last kick of the game.
Kyah Simon - 7
Had a great chance to open the scoring early but was denied by Khamis. Led the line well and toiled hard without much reward. Withdrawn at half time.
Rhali Dobson - 7
Brought on at half time for Simon, she offered City a bit more pace up front but had few opportunities.
Chelsea Blissett - 6.5
Played the final 20 minutes and did her job well without being spectacular.