McBreen features as Shanghai draw

Past and present Central Coast Mariners players were in action abroad overnight with on loan marksman Daniel McBreen helping Shanghai SIPG secure a valuable Chinese Super League point away to Changchun Yatai.

Past and present Central Coast Mariners players were in action abroad overnight with on loan marksman Daniel McBreen helping Shanghai SIPG secure a valuable Chinese Super League point away to Changchun Yatai.

McBreen, along with former Mariners attacker Bernie Ibini, started for Gao Hongbo-s side in the goalless draw played at Changchun-s Development Area Stadium.

Elsewhere in Asia, ex Central Coast captain Alex Wilkinson continued his impressive form in defence for Jeonbuk Hyundai. Wilkinson played a full match as Jeonbuk scored three times in the last ten minutes to defeat Gangwon FC 4-1 at home.

In Switzerland, Oliver Bozanic scored the winner for FC Luzern as the men from the Swissporarena defeated FC Sion 1-0 at home. FC Luzern are second in the Swiss League standings behind BSC Young Boys.

Bozanic is also the current top scorer in the 2013/14 Swiss Super League having scored five times in four appearances.

And Mathew Ryan-s positive start to life as first choice goalkeeper at Belgian giants Club Brugge has continued. Ryan played 90 minutes as Juan Carlos Garrido-s men made it two wins from their first two games against Oostende overnight.