Perth Glory and Wellington Phoenix have set their sights on handing Melbourne City and Sydney FC their first defeats this weekend in the A-League.Glory beat the Phoenix 2-0 in Perth on Sunday to get their first win of the season following a first up 3-3 draw with the Central Coast Mariners, but both teams have bigger things on their mind already.Perth scored through Diego Castro (penalty) and Nebojsa Marinkovic in the second half, while Andy Keogh also missed a penalty.The defeat leaves Wellington with two losses to start the season, with Sydney FC arriving on Sunday, while Glory has four points from the first two games.Perth takes on the unbeaten Melbourne City at AAMI Park on Friday night.Glory coach Kenny Lowe is looking forward to challenging an on-fire opponent spurred on by champion Socceroo Tim Cahill - who scored a wondergoal on debut this weekend.These are the games you want. I was watching the game when Cahill stuck one in the seven and I was jumping around like a nine-year-old kid. I thought it was fantastic, Lowe said.You want to go to Melbourne and play against those type of players.They look as though they have put one heck of a team together so lets go and measure ourselves.The Phoenix did a lot right in their opening two matches despite losing to City and Glory without managing to score a goal.Attacking threats Gui Finkler, Kosta Barbarouses and Michael McGlinchey havent managed to score but in both games Wellington looked impressive at times.The Phoenix return home to take on a Sky Blues outfit coming off 4-0 thumpings of Western Sydney Wanderers and Central Coast.Im really disappointed not to have got a draw last week and I would have been happy with a draw this week, but it wasnt to be, coach Ernie Merrick said.Were not overly concerned because we have good players and we play good football.It will be good to play Sydney at home because I would rather play a good team at home rather than another one of these away trips or playing a lower-level team.Sydney are on top, theyve scored eight goals and its the ideal time for us to come back. 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Stanley, a fourth-year business administration student from Charlottetown, scored both goals in a 2-0 win over Dalhousie on Friday and tallied again in a 1-0 win over Saint Marys on Sunday. BELLEFONTE, Pa. -- A man who claims he was the young sexual-assault victim seen with former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky in a campus shower 15 years ago, a central episode in the molestation scandal that rocked the university, testified in the case for the first time on Friday and insisted Sandusky had abused him.The 29-year-old man was called to the witness stand in Sanduskys appeal of his conviction, and an attorney for Sandusky confronted him with a 2011 statement in which he told police he hadnt been abused.That would reflect what I said then. Not what I would say now, the man said, according to Pennlive.com.Sandusky, called to the stand in his own defense, was asked if hed ever abused the man and declared, Absolutely not.Lawyers for the man say he is the person identified during the 2012 Sandusky trial as Victim 2, the young boy assistant coach Mike McQueary has said he witnessed being sexually abused by Sandusky in 2001.But the lead prosecutor at Sanduskys criminal trial, now in private practice, has testified he doesnt believe the man is the person McQueary saw.Sanduskys lawyers argue he didnt get a fair trial in part because his legal team at the time mishandled the issue of Victim 2s identity and didnt call him to the stand.Sandusky was a retired coach with gym privileges at the time McQueary says he saw the shower assault. He was convicted on charges of abusing 10 boys, including Victim 2, but maintains his innocence.Though the man who claims he was Victim 2 didnt testify at Sanduskys trial, he later won a civil settlement from the university.The Associated Press generally doesnt identify people who say theyre the victims of sexuual assault, and in this case a victim advocate has said the man has asked not to be identified.ddddddddddddMcQueary reported what he saw in the shower to then-head coach Joe Paterno, who alerted the athletic director and a vice president. But Sandusky wasnt arrested until a decade later, after prosecutors got an anonymous tip that led them to McQueary, leading to accusations of a high-level cover-up. University trustees later cited Paternos handling of the complaint as one of the reasons he was fired in 2011; he died months later.The former prosecutor in the Sandusky case, Joe McGettigan, said he doubts the man is Victim 2 because his accounts have changed, he appears too old to have been the boy in the shower and he didnt provide certain details to investigators until after McQueary had told his story in open court.Sanduskys lawyers have argued McGettigan was referring to the man who says he was Victim 2 and therefore lied to jurors when he said during the closing argument that Sanduskys victims included others presently known to God but not to us.The man who says he is Victim 2 told police in September 2011 that no abuse had occurred and said much the same to an investigator working for Sanduskys lawyers around that time. 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