Greg Inglis shows off his special brand of magic in the first game of the season.
The Sydney Roosters have been given a rude-shock to start the 2014 NRL season, as the South Sydney Rabbtiohs romped home to a deserving 28-8 victory at Allianz Stadium.
After a competitive first 20 minutes, the Bunnies ran away with the game as they showed composure with the ball, while also captalising on mistakes and penalties from the Roosters, who are heavily tipped to go back-to-back this season.
Greg Inglis was the star for the Rabbitohs as he scored three tries, but they were all as a result of excellent team plays in the lead-up.
There are injury concerns for Souths with Chris McQueen appearing to hurt his ankle in the second half while Ben Te’o was placed on report for a shoulder charge.