Socceroos Tim Cahill and Matt Spiranovic both hit the back of the net in the Chinese Super League on Sunday night.
Cahill continued his remarkable form in the past two months, with seventh goal in his past 10 league appearances for Shenhua in a 2-1 derby loss to Shanghai SIPG.
Spiranovic scored his maiden goal for new club Hanghzou Greentown in only his third appearance for the club.
Cahill’s goal was the opener of the derby, taking the responsibility from the spot on 18 minutes after a handball.
The Socceroos superstar converted the spotkick, sliding the ball to goalkeeper Yan Junling’s right as he dived left.
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Spiranovic netted on 40 minutes as Hangzhou Greentown came from behind to win 2-1 away to Guizhou Renhe.
The Australian defender scored via a huge slice of luck, when the ball deflected in off his shoulder after two players contested for a header right on the six yard box.
Spiranovic made another huge contribution deep into stoppage time when he bravely headed away an on-target long distance shot following a corner.