What an incredible second quarter from the bombers! An explosion of eight goals opened this game wide at halftime by a clear 39 point lead over Hawthorn (6/10/66 to 4/3/27).
In the meantime, during the main break, you can take a trip back in time and revisit one of the most infamous chapters of one of the league’s fiercest rivalries.
What’s going on at the Gabba meanwhile? Are we on the verge of our second giant cauldron in a few hours?
The Swans have now scored the last SEVEN unanswered goals against Brisbane to gain a sovereign advantage of 25 points (7.4.46 to 3.321 ).
John Longmire’s men seem inspired by Adelaide’s miracle victory over Geelong today. Incredible scenes!
It was an eventful debut for new bomber Nik Cox, who reportedly beat Oliver Hanrahan.
The young Hawk was able to take the free kick and convert the set shot, which is probably Cox’s thing helps.
The bombers have now scored the last seven goals of the game and are essentially doing what they want.
They roll the ball at will while they are in the middle of the ground with clinical transition feet encounter almost no resistance.
Suddenly they have a lead of 40 points, 9.6.60 to 3.2.20. New bomber Peter Wright also scored his first goal for the club and the Essendon players flooded him as a result.
After looking like they were going to be blown away, the swans have recovered from the lions. With three goals the game broke out with four of their own unanswered goals.
Sydney now has a seven point lead at the Gabba, 4/4/28 to 3/3/21, and Brisbane cut their work out for them.
The bombers are starting to capitalize on their rise in midfield, and together with their pressure in the second half, they managed to kick the first three goals of the quarter, taking a 15-point lead of 5.5.35 3.2. 20.
New signing Nick Hind also has a real impact in his first game for the club.
Jye Caldwell has got off to a very good start with eight departures, three tackles, one goal support and three goal participations at the beginning of the second quarter into life as a bomber.
The Lions scored the first three goals against the Swans, and one of them came through their new recruit Joe Daniher to an early 19-point lead from 3.1.19 to 0.0.0 to take over.
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