You have skipped the navigation, tab for page content takes a look back at the moment that gave the Bulldogs a 11-10 win over the Dragons at ANZ Stadium.

With the game looking as good as gone it was the big guns who turned the tide. First it was Josh Morris who broke down the left hand side and from the next play Josh Reynolds took the line on, turned it back on the inside to Lafai who then offloaded to Shaun Lane who scored, much to the delight of the fans. Mbye couldn’t convert with the lead just two point, 10-8, with just two minutes on the clock.

From the kick-off, Lane was judged to be offside after the ball looked to have come off the back of Perrett, gifting the Dragons a penalty. With just seconds on the clock, Widdop lined the ball up and took the attempt at goal from 35m out and 15m in from the sideline to level things up at 10-all, at the end of regular time.

After Widdop failed with his first attempt at field goal in extra time and from there the Bulldogs charged down through the middle of the field and after the first attempt was charged down, the next set was structured better and it was Reynolds who slotted it over, with the 11-10 victory meaning the side will advance to next week, where they will take on the Roosters at Allianz Stadium.

BULLDOGS 11 (B Morris, S Lane Tries; M Mbye 1 Goal; J Reynolds 1 Field Goal)


DRAGONS 10 (E Nabuli Tries; G Widdop 3 Goals)

Acknowledgement of Country

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