Shaun Johnson has inspired the New Zealand Warriors to a fantastic late win over the Cronulla Sharks.
Johnson set up one try and scored another to steal a victory for New Zealand from a heart-broken Cronulla.
The Warriors drew first blood, Jonathan Wright touching down in the corner.
A lucky bounce helped Luke Lewis put the Sharks in front.
Then Cronulla thought they had the second try of the game, but the video referee ruled no try.
With 10 minutes left in the first half, it was up to Manu Vatuvei to break the deadlock.
The scored were locked at 8-8 as both teams went to the sheds. The second half remained a very even, grinding affair.
The Warriors thought they had a try but there was the slightest of knock ons from Konrad Hurrell.
Solomona Kata should have scored, to put New Zealand in front late in the match, but somehow he dropped the ball as a try beckoned.
But then with less than 10 minutes to go, Kata went from hero to villian with some awesome help from Johnson. The Warriors were 14-10 in front.
But the Sharks weren’t down. Trailing by four points, Andrew Fifita went on a fantastic run to score.
Valentine Holmes converted to put the Sharks 16-14 ahead. It looked like Cronulla had the victory secured.
But there still would be a late twist. Johnson isn’t the best player in the world for nothing.
The halfback stepped, swerved and dummied to win his team the game in the final seconds. Simply sensational.