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Friday, 5 April 2019

'I actually dreamt about this last night'


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Panthers gun Nathan Cleary says he dreamt about his heroic game winning field goal in extra time that saw the Panthers emerge victorious over the Tigers 9-8 in the grudge match of the season.

Five minutes before the end of full-time the writing was all but on the wall for Panthers who trailed the Tigers 8-2 after struggling to orchestrate any meaningful play at Penrith Stadium on Friday night.

Dylan Edwards, who struggled all game, saw himself over the line with two minutes on the clock when he was moved out to the wing, and when Cleary stepped up to convert after the siren, he showed maturity beyond his years to draw his Panthers level.

Entering golden point the Luke Brooks narrowly missed what would become the Tigers’ third attempt at a field goal, and they were subsequently punished for their lack of conviction when Cleary received the  ball at the other end of the field and slotted true to get the Panthers out of the NRL spotlight.

Nathan Cleary heroics saves Panthers

“I actually dreamt about that last night about how it all unfolded,” Cleary told Nine’s Friday Night Knock-off.

“I don’t know what to say, it doesn’t get any better.

“We killed ourselves all game but credit to everyone to stay in that game and I was lucky enough to ice it at the end.

“It’s been a tough couple of weeks and we needed a win tonight, mainly for our fans.

“You couldn’t write about it honestly…this is what dreams are made of I’ve done this a thousand times in my dreams.”

MORE TO COME.

Panthers gun Nathan Cleary says he dreamt about his heroic game winning field goal in extra time that saw the Panthers emerge victorious over the Tigers 9-8 in the grudge match of the season.

Five minutes before the end of full-time the writing was all but on the wall for Panthers who trailed the Tigers 8-2 after struggling to orchestrate any meaningful play at Penrith Stadium on Friday night.

Dylan Edwards, who struggled all game, saw himself over the line with two minutes on the clock when he was moved out to the wing, and when Cleary stepped up to convert after the siren, he showed maturity beyond his years to draw his Panthers level.

Entering golden point the Luke Brooks narrowly missed what would become the Tigers’ third attempt at a field goal, and they were subsequently punished for their lack of conviction when Cleary received the  ball at the other end of the field and slotted true to get the Panthers out of the NRL spotlight.

Nathan Cleary heroics saves Panthers

“I actually dreamt about that last night about how it all unfolded,” Cleary told Nine’s Friday Night Knock-off.

“I don’t know what to say, it doesn’t get any better.

“We killed ourselves all game but credit to everyone to stay in that game and I was lucky enough to ice it at the end.

“It’s been a tough couple of weeks and we needed a win tonight, mainly for our fans.

“You couldn’t write about it honestly…this is what dreams are made of I’ve done this a thousand times in my dreams.”

MORE TO COME.

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