Beating Wellington Pheonix, Melbourne City clinched their second A-League Men's Title in a row
Being the second Australian team after Sydney FC (2016-17 and 2017-18), defending Champions City won back-to-back looking to be the first to complete consecutive doubles with another grand final win.
Meulborne city have claimed the A-League Men title for the second season, two points behind Victory and City going into the game with 46 points.
Victory fans flocked to the stadium and cheered on Wellington and booed City, and they were silenced after an own goal from Sam Sutton. And the second goal was obtained by Melbourne City in the tenth minute by Jamie Maclaren.
In the 54th minute Wellington scored by Ben Waine, but until the last game City remained one point ahead. And Wellington could not finish above sixth .
Reno Piscopo started off the bench with Riley Bidois and Jacson Manuel making their first start.
The suspended Curtis Good was City's full strength bar, and was replaced by Taras Gomulka who had a hand in the goal in the match. In the third minute Gomuilka fired in a corner and Sutton headed past Oli Sail and into his own net.
And Goals by Maclaren this season has hit 15 times and earned him his third and fourth golden boot in a row. Maclaren's 43rd-minute strike that hit the post was among the few shots that created chances.
Wellington had a chance when Lewis pulled in a free-kick in the 88th minute but Tom made a save to keep City ahead.
The two-legged semi-final will take place next week, and City and Victory have a week off.
Real Madrid defeated by Atletico Madrid
Atletico Madrid beat Real Madrid with a score of 1: 0 kick which resulted in Yannick Carrasco's goal from the penalty spot after Matheus Cunha was brought down.
Six points clear of Real Betis in 5th, Diego Simeone's men remain in fourth.
Atletico held on to a win putting them just one point behind third-placed Sevilla. And the hosts missed a chance to double the lead with a shot that went wide and was saved by Cunha after Antoine Griezman's fine form.
Before Carrasco found the net a few moments later. Griezman made a terrific combination in the shared box and the French forward shot wide of Andriy Lunin's goal.
The Brazilian forward's tactics and style made a good chance for Marco Asensio, blocked. Federico Valverde tested the Atletico goalkeeper twice but did not score.
Champions Carlo Ancelotti still has three league games before meeting Liverpool in the Champions League final in Paris.
Atletico Madrid with a 4-4-2 formation and Real Madrid 4-3-3, with Match Stats Possesion Atl Madrid 41% and 59%, Shots Atl Madrid 16% Real Madrid 15%, Shots on target Atl Madrid 2% Real Madrid 6 %, Corners Atl Madrid 4% Real Madrid 6%, Fouls Atl Madrid 17% Real Madrid 7%.
Own goal is Arsenal's latest win
Alexandre Lacazette accidentally touched his own net by Sa sparking wild celebrations inside the Emirates stadium
Arsenal's win this time sits fifth and just one point behind fourth-placed Manchester United, while Wolves, who hope to continue their champions league ambitions, sit seventh.
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta with the current goal of guiding his team back into Europe's elite club competition for the first time in five years.
Willing to fight at the end of May at that place, after defeats in the first three games the Arsenal team must avoid relegation.
Then we take it game by game and don't forget the goals with the team. You just have to be consistent with your vision and the way you prepare yourself and believe that the results will come
Wolves who showed missed opportunities, who in the end got complaints for the way they lost
Arsenal had more possession of the ball and fired more than four times in the match. And Lage 's side had to hold the ball long enough to relieve the pressure after they drank .
And the efforts made by Romain, Conor, and Ruben Neves when making clearence did not produce at least one point.
Wolves Sa keeper was rarely tested until he saved Lacazette's effort in the 72nd minute from close range, but from there the visitors' goal was under increased threat.
Pepe's equalizer came at the end of a run down the right, with the Ivory Coast winger expertly setting the ball past Sa and Gunners midfielder Martin Odegaard hitting the bar before they found a late winner.
Inter Milan beaten at home by Sassuolo
Sassuolo move up to 11th after beating Intermilan 2-0
Substitutes Edin Dzeko, Lautaro Martinez and Alexis Sanchez were among those who failed to capitalize on scoring opportunities as Inter stepped up the pressure in the second half.
Milan are without playmaker Marcelo Brozovic who is suspended.
Stefan De Vrij eventually emerged to pull back at least one goal for Inter in second-half stoppage time but the goal was ruled out by VAR for handball.
Lazio saved a 1-1 draw at Udinese to stay in sixth place