The Sydney Roosters have staged a late comeback to steal a four-point victory over the New Zealand Warriors in Auckland.
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The Roosters were dominated by the Warriors for most of the match but tied the game up late and then Blake Ferugson scored the match-winner on the stroke of full-time.
It was a fantastic result for a weakened Roosters side.
The Warriors started the game red-hot but it was Sam Moa with the first attacking foray.
That effort was not given and the Warriors got on the scoreboard first.
Soon they took a 10-0 lead.
They were cruising at 14-0.
But a mistake just before half-time let the Roosters back into the game.
The Warriors started the second half in impressive fashion.
But a great leap from Brendan Elliot kept the Roosters in it.
A soft try to James Maloney tied things up.
And then Maloney edged the Roosters in front.
Shaun Johnson replied quickly to draw the Warriors level at 21-21.
The match looked set for golden point.
Until Maloney went for another field goal and passed wide, the ball coming to Ferguson in space who crossed in the right corner.
An exciting end to the game but one the Warriors should not have lost.