Rising Sydney FC stars Harry Van Der Saag and Marco Tilio proved the distinction in opposition to Central Coast on Sunday night time, scoring their first A-League targets inside minutes of getting on the sector.

Marking his A-League debut in type, Tilio, 18, was thrown into the competition late within the match at Gosford nevertheless it took simply over a minute for him to attain of Van Der Saag’s help.

Van Der Saag, who has performed seven A-League video games this season, scored simply two minutes later to safe victory.

“You have to imagine in these younger boys and provides them the chance they usually’re beginning to get the chance now,” coach Steve Corica mentioned after the 3-Zero win.

“They’re our depth in our squad. They’re placing strain on the older boys within the squad.

“I feel to come back on and do this in a recreation the place we actually wanted them to face up and to be courageous they usually did. They did an exquisite job.”

The ladder-leaders had been underneath strain from the Mariners however held on to attain their sixth straight win with the injection of power from the younger weapons.

Each performed in Sydney’s 4-Zero Asian Champions League loss to Yokohama F Marinos in Japan, however Sunday’s match specifically was particular for Tilios.

“He is been ready a very long time. He is been trying actually good at coaching, actually sturdy,” Corica mentioned.

“You may see he acquired an opportunity in Yokohama and I noticed one thing I actually preferred.

“He is acquired a capability to run with the ball and take strain off us and within the Youth League he is been banging in targets.

“We would have liked him to attain at present and I am very happy for him, and Harry as nicely.

“They work extraordinarily laborious, they’re getting stronger on a regular basis and their health is getting higher and you’ll see that. I am simply joyful for them.”