The Parrmatta Eels have edged the Melbourne Storm by four points in a see-sawing battle at AAMI Park.
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A late try to Tepai Moeroa gave the Eels the much-needed win in a very close game that was marred by some contentious decisions.
Melbourne had a try ruled out in the final minutes while several other video refereeing decisions were debatable.
But the Eels will be thankful they managed to finish strongly and eek out the win after a poor start.
Parramatta were alseep in the opening part of the game. Tohu Harris scored easily.
The Ben Hamtpon sliced through some soft defence.
Parramatta got out its funk when Semi Radradra scored.
The Eels thought they had scored again but this was chalked off.
But soon Radradra had his double.
A special effort from Corey Norman put Parramatta ahead.
Melbourne came back into the match with this controversial try.
And then they took the lead through Hymel Hunt.
But the Eels weren’t finished and Ryan Morgan dived over.
A barnstorming try from Moeroa gave them a four-point with three minutes left.
It was just enough for them to squeak home after this Storm try was disallowed.