Adam Le Fondre’s zest for scoring targets has no ends, in accordance with Sydney FC coach Steve Corica, however it’s matched by his work away from the web within the A-League.
He’s on monitor to interrupt the A-League’s document for many targets in a season however Adam Le Fondre’s work away from targets is simply as spectacular as his ending, in accordance with Sydney FC coach Steve Corica.
Le Fondre bagged his second brace of the season in Sydney’s 2-1 win over Brisbane on Saturday, taking his tally for the summer season to 9 for the Sky Blues.
That places him three forward of the place his predecessor Bobo was after the identical quantity of video games final season, earlier than he went on to complete with a document haul of 27.
“For me his work charge is phenomenal,” Corica mentioned.
“He works defensively. He makes nice ahead runs and naturally he scores targets.
“He desires to beat Bobo’s document I’d say. He clearly loves scoring targets and that’s his job. For me what’s vital is he does the work for the group and he retains scoring.
“He’s having fun with scoring and the group is offering him with targets as properly, which is nice … I’m certain he shall be taking a look at Bobo’s tally on the finish of the 12 months.”
The 32-year-old’s two targets at Sydney’s Jubilee Oval on Saturday night time had been all class.
The primary was a looping header previous Roar goalkeeper Jamie Younger, after he ran onto a precision excellent cross from Michael Zullo from properly down subject and on the left wing.
His go-ahead purpose was then tapped in from his non-preferred left foot, once more operating onto a cross – this time a low one from Brandon O’Neill – following some good lead up play by Milos Ninkovic and Siem de Jong.
“He’s a machine, he retains going,” Corica mentioned of Le Fondre.
“He’s a poacher. He’s within the field. He’s making runs down the sideline and holds the ball up. He’s not that tall however he wins loads of headers as properly which is nice for us.”