It was the same old story for Perth Glory on Saturday evening, as they fell to a 2-1 home defeat to Melbourne Victory.
Veteran former Socceroo Archie Thompson netted the winner deep into time added on, to crush the spirits of the Glory players and fans.
Glory had taken a deserved lead in the first half. Big centre back Michael Thwaite stooped to head an effort on goal, after Marinkovic had whipped in a good delivery from a corner.
The ball eventually found its way into the net off Victory midfielder Mark Milligan.
Young Glory goalkeeper Jack Duncan again performed well, pulling off a fine save from Rogicís strike on the half hour mark.
But Milligan made amends for his inadvertent own goal just ten minutes later.
After Troisi had been pulled back in the box, Milligan converted from the penalty spot to level the scores in his 100th A-League match.
Perth failed to do enough to force a win in the second half, and it was left to Archie Thompson to find a winner for his side.
Thompson remains one of the finest natural finishers in the A-League, and he made no mistake to seal all three points for the Melbourne giant.
As for Perth Glory, they remain bottom of the table.
What were the positives to take from the tussle with Victory?