The Western Sydney Wanderers have secured second spot in their group staging in the Asian Champions League, beating Kawasaki Frontale 1-0 at home at Pirtek Stadium last night.
The black and reds only needed three minutes to open up their scoring with a goal to Labinot Haliti, and were able to keep the visitors without a goal for the remainder of the game.
Playing the game at home would have no doubt been a nice change for the Wanderers, after they have had to travel overseas for their previous two Asian Champions League games.
The win saw the Wanderers overtake their opponents to grab second spot in the Group H standing, putting the team from the west that much closer to progressing to the knockout stage of the competition.
The Wanderers will face Kawasaki Frontale again on the 1st of April.
The focus now turns back to the A League, where the Wanderers will host Perth Glory on Sunday afternoon, looking to regain their second place spot.