Sydney FC secures thumping win over Perth Glory in A-League semi-final

Sydney FC books grand final ticket | Photos Sydney FC celebrate victory after the A-League semi-final at Allianz Stadium. Photo by Ryan Pierse/Getty Images
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Rhyan Grant, Brandon O’Neill, Joshua Brillante, Filip Holosko and Alex Brosque of Sydney FC celebrate Joshua Brillante scoring a goal on Saturday night. Photo by Mark Kolbe/Getty Images

Perth players surround referee Peter Green after a video referee decision during the A-League semi-final on Saturday night. Photo by Ryan Pierse/Getty Images

Sydney FC celebrates after Joshua Brillante scored their team’s first goal during the A-League semi-final against Perth Glory at Allianz Stadium. Photo by Ryan Pierse/Getty Images

Andy Keogh (left) and goalkeeper Liam Reddy (right) of the Glory react and Alex Brosque and Jordy Buijs of Sydney FC watch on as referee Peter Green calls for a video referral for a goal decision. Photo by Mark Kolbe/Getty Images

Filip Holosko of Sydney FC celebrates after scoring his team’s third goal during the A-League semi-final against the Perth Glory at Allianz Stadium. Photo by Ryan Pierse/Getty Images

Diego Castro, Joel Chianese, Dino Djulbic and Rostyn Griffiths of the Glory argue with referee Peter Green after a Sydney FC goal. Photo by Mark Kolbe/Getty Images

Bobo of Sydney FC falls as he competes for the ball with Richard Garcia of the Glory. Photo by Mark Kolbe/Getty Images

Danny Vukovic of Sydney FC celebrates after Joshua Brillante scored their team’s first goal on Saturday night. Photo by Ryan Pierse/Getty Images

Perth Glory manager Kenny Lowe has words with Graham Arnold, coach of of Sydney FC, after a video referee decision during the A-League semi-final at Allianz Stadium. Photo by Ryan Pierse/Getty Images

Milos Ninkovic of Sydney FC appeals to the assistant referee after an off-side call during the A-League semifinal match at Allianz Stadium. Photo by Mark Kolbe/Getty Images

Liam Reddy of the Glory fails to save a shot on goal by Bobo of Sydney FC, before the goal was disallowed on Saturday night. Photo by Ryan Pierse/Getty Images

Milos Ninkovic, Bobo, Jordy Buijs and Alex Brosque of Sydney FC argue with referee Peter Green. Photo by Mark Kolbe/Getty Images

Rhyan Grant of Sydney FC and Andy Keogh of the Glory compete for the ball in front of goal. Photo by Mark Kolbe/Getty Images

Jordy Buijs of Sydney FC scores a goal as Glory goalkeeper Luke Reddy watches on at Allianz Stadium. Photo by Mark Kolbe/Getty Images

Andy Keogh of the Glory looks dejected after a missed chance. Photo by Mark Kolbe/Gett.y Images

Bobo of Sydney FC competes for the ball against Dino Djulbic of the Glory. Photo by Ryan Pierse/Getty Images

Bernie Ibini of Sydney FC competes for the ball against Lucian Goian of the Glory during the match at Allianz Stadium. Photo by Ryan Pierse/Getty Images

Rhyan Grant of Sydney FC and Andy Keogh of the Glory compete for the ball in front of goal. Photo by Mark Kolbe/Getty Images

Filip Holosko of Sydney FC scores his team’s third goal during the A-League semi-final against Perth Glory at Allianz Stadium. Photo by Ryan Pierse/Getty Images

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In the second semi-final, Melbourne Victory will host Brisbane Roar at AAMI Park on Sunday afternoon.

The Victory will start as favourite after finishing the regular season in second position.

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