Former Brighton striker Tomer Hemed scored in his fifth consecutive game for Wellington Phoenix in their 3-0 win over Macarthur FC  in the Australian A League this morning.

The 34-year-old played a lovely flick pass to former Fleetwood striker who then put Phoenix 1-0 up in first half stoppage time.

A minute into the second half and Hemed doubled their lead after Ulises Davilla's shot ricocheted off a Macarthur player and falls perfectly into Hemed's path.

He takes a touch and slots it beyond former Bournemouth keeper Adam Federici.

On another day Hemed could have a hat trick after his long range effort hit the crossbar and his rather tame penalty was saved by Federici.

The goal takes his tally to 11 goals for the season and means he has now scored six goals in his last five matches.