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Ola Toivonen: Chemistry with Melbourne Victory teammates building

Melbourne continue their winning run with a 2-0 win over ladder-rivals Adelaide United.
Perth Glory continued their top form with an easy win over Melbourne City
Roy Krishna lead the charge against the Sky Blues, scoring two before Steven Taylor added one more to defeat Sydney 3-1.
Western Sydney Wanderers have breathed new life into their Hyundai A-League campaign with a much-needed 2-0 win over the Central Coast Mariners on Friday night.
Melbourne Victory star Keisuke Honda speaks on the challenge of playing for the side and managing the Cambodian national team.

Swedish striker Ola Toivonen warned Melbourne Victory fans early in the A-League season that he wasn't a prolific goalscorer.

But after finding the net in their 2-0 win over Adelaide United and setting up their other goal with a superb header on Saturday, he's doing little to convince them he's speaking the truth.

It was Toivonen's second goal from four games, after missing the opening three rounds with a calf injury, and was his first 90 minute performance for his new club.

The 32-year-old looked...

Keisuke Honda's impact at Melbourne Victory can't be underestimated - Lawrence Thomas

It was a one-sided show at Marvel Stadium as the Melbourne Victory put on a dominating display to defeat the Western Sydney Wanderers 4-
Melbourne Victory midfielder Leigh Broxham tries to compare last season's start to this season and feels they are much stronger this time around.

Carl Valeri thinks Keisuke Honda the best player to have graced the A-League, saying as much after the Japanese star's masterclass in Melbourne Victory's 4-0 defeat of Western Sydney on Saturday night.

Teammate and goalkeeper Lawrence Thomas isn't sure, he'd just prefer to watch and learn from Honda's work rate.

"His career before speaks for itself," he said. "I will give you one example. It was maybe the third or fourth round in, he came to me maybe two days after a game and said: 'Lawrence,...

Melbourne Victory on course to make Australian football history

If Melbourne Victory's opening month is any indication, the A-League champions are on course to set Australian football history.

Kevin Muscat's side has won three in a row, and the three victories in their first five fixtures is good for their best start since their double-winning campaign of 2014-15.

On every occasion that they've started a season so well, they've won the league.

And given the playing stocks available to Victory this term, they're firmly on track to become the first side in 42...