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Sydney FC slip to shock 2-0 defeat to Central Coast Mariners

Then 20 minutes later, the electric Kuol pounced on a loose ball in the penalty area to smash home his second senior goal – courtesy of a wicked deflection off Alex Wilkinson – and give the visitors what proved an unassailable lead.

An acrobatic attempt from Daniel Bouman.Credit:Getty

Sydney coach Steve Corica immediately dragged Buhagiar and Kosta Barbarouses and threw on youngsters Jordan Swibel and Patrick Wood in search of a way back into the contest, but by then it was a lost cause. They looked devoid of fresh ideas in attack and the frustration was palpable in the stands at Kogarah.

The ladder means little at this early stage of such a disjointed season but try telling that to long-suffering Mariners fans, whose team are back on top…

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