Brisbane and Jets match ended up goalless because of the weather

Sun 14 February 2021 | 14:05

The two team representatives believe that the weather condition had caught their control over the ball.

Followed by a goalless clash between the

Brisbane Roar


Newcastle Jets


both sides' representatives blamed the weather condition.

Riku Danzaki

scored 2 goals in this match, and both goals were ruled out for offside, in the two halves of the game.

Brisbane had won 4 games in a row before their match against


which resulted in a 2-0 defeat. Macarthur and Brisbane stan in the second and third place of the


table with 1 point difference.

Jets stand at the 7th place of the table with 8 points gained so far, with 10 points behind the League leaders, Central Coast Mariners.

Jets boss,

Craig Deans

talked about the effect of weather and said:

"Obviously the weather had a bit of an impact.

"The wind, it was a bit like a Newcastle home game."

He then talked about the team's situation and said:

"Pleasing, another clean sheet, and four games without defeat so it's a nice little patch."

Brisbane coach,

Warren Moon

, also talked about the match regarding the weather condition:

"The wind's played a fairly big factor in the game and probably the quality of the game.

"No-one wants to play scrappy games but we have to negotiate the conditions and defensively we did that tonight.

"Would have loved us to be a bit better on the ball but obviously taken into account what I just said about the conditions, yeah, take the point."

source: SportMob

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