Giant-killing, last-gasp winners and goal rushes were all features of an action-packed match day two in the Westfield FFA Cup Round of 32.
HEIDELBERG HOG THE HEADLINES
Victorian PS4 NPL leaders Heidelberg United became the fourth state league side to knock out Hyundai A-League opposition, stunning Perth Glory 1-0 in front of a raucous home crowd at Olympic Park.
Kenny Athiu wrote himself into club folklore, producing an assured finish just after half-time for the game's only goal.
TIGERS TERRORISE TASMANIANS
A sublime Sean Symons hat-trick was the feature as APIA Leichardt crushed Olympia FC 5-0 at KGV Park.
The Tigers marksman opened the scoring in the seventh minute and added two late goals to inflate the scoreline.
CITY SUCCUMB PLUCKY POWER
Goals late in each half were enough for cup holders Melbourne City to ease past Brisbane Premier League club Peninsula Power at Dolphin Stadium.
Returning midfielder Stefan Mauk capped a strong performance with the opening goal in first-half injury time.
As Power pushed for an equaliser, Bruno Fornaroli doubled the margin late on.
RIERA'S LATE, LATE SHOW
New Spanish marquee Oriol Riera scored a goal in the 120th minute to send Western Sydney Wanderers into the last 16 at the expense of Wellington Phoenix at Campbelltown Stadium.
Wanderers had the better of the chances against a depleted, yet well-organised Phoenix side.
With penalties looming, Riera nodded home Roly Bonevacia's corner to the delight of the 3000-strong crowd.