Tim Cahill scores winner as Melbourne City beat Sydney FC in FFA Cup final
Tim Cahill scored the winner as Melbourne City won their first trophy with a 1-0 victory against Sydney FC in Australia's FA Cup final.
The ex-Everton and Millwall midfielder, 36, headed in the decisive goal shortly after half-time.
"It hitting my head is the story of my life," said Cahill. "People will say he's done it again but that's why I play. I play for moments like that."
The game was watched by a record cup final crowd of 18,751 in Melbourne.
It was City's first silverware since being formed as Melbourne Heart in 2009.
This club was rebranded in 2014 following a takeover by the City Football Group, which runs Premier League outfit Manchester City.
CFG also owns Major League Soccer side New York City FC in the United States and three-time Japanese champions Yokohama F. Marinos.