Sky the limit for Kevin Muscat’s men

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Kevin Muscat is determined to keep improving his Melbourne Victory outfit despite a 4-1 win last night over Central Coast Mariners.

The footballing masterclass at AAMI Park bumped Victory up to second on the competition ladder with a game in hand on league leaders Sydney FC but Muscat still thinks that the best is yet to come.

“I don’t know (how good this team can be) I’m not going to put a limit on it and why would we” Muscat said.

“The reality is I have got no idea but we will keep finding ways to improve the team”.

Goals from Marco Rojas, James Donachie and a Jake McGing own goal were all that was needed for the Victory to dispatch the men from Gosford but the Victory manager was more pleased with the team effort rather than the individual.

“Marco gets his goals in the second half, but both were causing a hell of a lot of problems in the first half.

“He doesn’t get that opportunity if Carl (Valeri) is not cleaning the mess behind him, if Leigh (Broxham) is not winning the ball back in transition to give him the ball.

“Rather than sing the praises of the individual, when someone shines in our team its because of the work that everyone else is doing.

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Although not making excuses, Muscat admitted that he did have to change tactics to adjust to the heat.

“The weather obviously wasn’t conducive to the way we like to play but we still persisted and tried.

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“You could see even in the first half we allowed them to get out of areas that normally teams wouldn’t get out against us.

“The game was at a slower pace. We want to play at a higher tempo, we want to attack.

“We basically just want to ask questions of the oppositions as many times as we can throughout the 90 minutes

“It was difficult to do that tonight.

“Having said that it was a good night for us under extreme conditions”.

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Melbourne Victory play Newcastle Jets next as part of the Hyundai A-League’s summer of football.

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