Melbourne Victory enjoyed a successful start to the 2020 E-League season with four aggregate wins on Match Day 1.
Mo Zwed and new recruit Rick Tran combined to put Victory in a good position heading into the second and final day of the regular season next month.
In six rounds on the first Match Day, Victory registered four wins and one loss overall, while its also had its scheduled bye.
Zwed won his first three matches on XBOX before falling 3-1 to the Wanderers. The Victory original bounced back to record a 2-0 win in the last match against Wellington.
Tran was superb, going through the day undefeated. The new recruit notched up four wins in-a-row before a 0-0 draw against Wellingtn in his final match of the day.
The E-League resumes with Match Day 2 on Saturday 7 March. Victory will take on Adelaide United, Western United, Central Coast Mariners, Brisbane Roar, and Sydney FC.
The finals take place in Melbourne on Saturday 9 May.