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A-League round 2: Sydney FC v Central Coast Mariners | Photos Nick Montgomery of the Mariners reacts to a penalty during the round two A-League match.
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Nick Montgomery of the Mariners dribbles the ball during the round two A-League match between Sydney FC and the Central Coast Mariners.

David Carney of Sydney FC dribbles the ball.

Filip Holosko of Sydney FC kicks a penalty during the round two A-League match.

Nick Montgomery of the Mariners passes.

Bobo of Sydney FC kicks the ball ahead of Nick Montgomery of the Mariners.

Milos Ninkovic of Sydney FC controls the ball.

Filip Holosko of Sydney FC contests the ball with Michael Neill of the Mariners.

Alex Brosque of Sydney FC controls the ball.

Filip Holosko of Sydney FC reacts after missing a shot at goal.

Alex Brosque of Sydney FC smiles after scoring a goal.

Filip Holosko of Sydney FC contests the ball with Michael Neill of the Mariners.

Filip Holosko of Sydney FC celebrates kicking a goal.

Mickael Tavares of the Mariners makes a break.

Filip Holosko of Sydney FC attempts to head the ball at goal.

Filip Holosko of Sydney FC celebrates kicking a penalty.

Connor Pain of the Mariners is tackled.

Michael Zullo of Sydney FC tackles Trent Buhagiar of the Mariners.

Blake Powell of the Mariners dribbles the ball.

Filip Holosko of Sydney FC celebrates with team-mates after kicking a goal.

Milos Ninkovic of Sydney FC controls the ball.

Filip Holosko of Sydney FC makes a break ahead of Michael Neill of the Mariners.

Rhyan Grant of Sydney FC heads the ball.

Jacob Poscoliero of the Mariners dribbles the ball.

Sydney FC fans celebrate a goal.

Filip Holosko of Sydney FC celebrates with team-mates after kicking a penalty.

Jacob Poscoliero of the Mariners controls the ball.

Matthew Jurman of Sydney FC kicks.

Filip Holosko of Sydney FC is congratulated by team-mate Bobo after kicking a penalty.

Matthew Jurman of Sydney FC dribbles the ball.

Mickael Tavares of the Mariners makes a break.

Mariners players huddle.

Sydney FC and Mariners players shake hands during the round two A-League match.

TweetFacebook Sydney FC v Central Coast MarinersThe action from the round two A-League match between Sydney FC and the Central Coast Mariners at Allianz Stadium on October 15, 2016 in Sydney. Pictures: Cameron Spencer/ Getty ImagesSydney FC’s first home game of the season began with a desperate plea for fans to attend byscreening a family movie inside the stadium before kick-off against Central Coast Mariners on Saturday afternoon.

What followed was a flawless demolition of yet another rival and if the Sky Blues continue scoring at will until season’s end, it might be family films using the club’s image to boost their box office.

Sydney recorded their best start to an A-League season,aftertworounds, when theyclincheda second successive 4-0 rout over a rival. It could have been much more and that only 15,000 witnessed a performance as ruthless as this suggested the best form of marketing in football mightnot be cute ploys, but consistent, entertaining football.

Following a poor year last season, the Sky Blues are starting to string that required style of playtogether after notching up another lopsided scoreline. It wasled by an attacking trio worthy of bringing bums on seats asSerbian midfielder Milos Ninkovic played the architect’s role with two incisive assists, while marquees Bobo and Filip Holoskorekindled their days together at Turkish giant Besiktas,combining for three goals collectively.

“The difference is for him … he[Ninkovic] has got players around him making the right runs,” Graham Arnold said. “The ball that [Ninkovic]gave Filip for the first goal was world class but he can’t play that ball unless Filip makes that run and the same with Bobo. He’s in great form.”

The difference between the two teamsearlyappeared to be based onrecruitment rather than coaching,as the pedigree and class of Sydney tipped the scales in their favour by half-time. By the final whistle, however, it became clear that for all the improvements in the Mariners this season, the Sky Blues are more than a pace ahead.

The first moment of their brilliant display began with Ninkovic.A defence-splitting through ball pulled the Mariners’ backline wide open, providing space for Holosko to pounce. The Slovak international was in red-hot form after his stellar performance in the derby last week and looked every bit the man riding a wave of confidence, calmly slotting the ball past his former teammate Ivan Necevski to open the scoring.

A minor setback on the half-hour mark couldn’t halt Sydney’s progression after Alex Wilkinson was forcedoff with an injury sustained from a dangerous challenge by MarinersforwardConnor Pain.

Desperate defending from Central Coast kept them in the contest until another inch-perfect through ball from Ninkovic unlocked the Marinersdefence. Amid more heavy pressure, Bobostaved off his marker for the third time inside the box to finally get his reward. Jacob Poscoliero lost the physical battle with the Brazilian, deflecting the ball further into his path to give Sydney’s marquee the simplest of finishes. Only a hurried finish from Holosko in front of an open net stopped the Sky Blues from claiming a 3-0 lead by half-time.

Luck was against the Mariners, who were aggrieved not to be awarded a penalty for an accidental handball in the box. The referee showed them no love and neither did their former stalwart as DannyVukovic showed reflexes don’t necessarily dwindle with age, producing a fine save in the corner to deny RoyO’Donovanfrom close distance.

When the nail wasfinally struck through the door of their coffin, they only had themselves to blame. A careless and clumsy foul by Jake McGingon Boboinside the boxgifted Holosko a chance to seal the result from the spot. He had no hesitation in making it 3-0 just after the hour mark, slotting for this third goal of the season.

If McGing was clumsy and careless, his goalkeeper wascalamitous in giftingSydney a fourth. A horrendous first touch by Necevski when receiving a throw-in gave his former captain, Alex Brosque, an open net to shoot into.

“Schoolboy errors against any opposition let alone a team that’s in form playing at home in their first game of the season, you’re going to concede goals,” Mariners coach PaulOkonsaid.

Whatever tactical discipline the Mariners began the match with had eroded as the Sky Blues ran riot in search of a fifth. It never came, but it kept fans standing all the way until the final ovation that their long-suffering members hope is their new standard.

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