THE BRISBANE Roar has claimed its third A-League championship in four years to become the undisputed kings of the domestic competition.
The Roar managed to come from behind on Sunday night to beat Western Sydney Wanderers 2-1 in a thriller at Suncorp Stadium.
Fox Sport reports, Matthew Spiranovic found the back of the next for the visitors in the second-half and the Wanderers looked certain to take home the trophy with just four minutes to go.
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But departing Brisbane star striker Besart Berisha had other ideas…
He got his head to an 86th-minute Thomas Broich free-kick to equalise and send most of the 51,000-plus fans into a state of delirium.
The goal ensured extra time, with the Roar finishing the job via super-sub Henrique, who thrashed a shot past Ante Covic in the 108th-minute.
It leaves the Wanderers with the unwanted ‘bridesmaids’ tag, after finishing runners-up for the second-straight year.