Melbourne Storm have begun their Queensland NRL road trip with a thrilling golden-point win over Sydney Roosters.
The Storm, leading by two with two minutes to play at Suncorp Stadium, only forced the extra period via a Ryan Papenhuyzen field goal with less than 10 seconds on the clock before a Cameron Smith penalty in golden point sealed a 27-25 win.
After trailing by 10 points with less than 10 minutes remaining, Jerome Hughes and Paul Momirovski scored for the Storm.
Smith, who started the match in the halves for the first time since 2014, converted from the sideline to put the Storm up by two with six minutes to play.
Roosters halfback Kyle Flanagan then kicked a penalty from a tough angle in the 78th minute to level things up before Luke Keary's field goal inside the final minute appeared to have sealed a Roosters' win.
The Storm however regathered from a short kickoff and with less than 10 seconds on the clock, fullback Papenhuyzen's field goal from 40 metres sent the match into golden point.
The dramatic clash was then sealed by Smith from straight in front of the posts after Roosters hooker Jake Friend was penalised for a ruck infringement.
The win is Smith's 299th first-grade victory of his storied career.
Injury was added to insult for the Roosters in the extra period with Anthony Tupou and Boyd Cordner both escorted off the field.
Tupou appeared to suffer a leg injury while Cordner was left groggy after his head hit the ground in a tackle.
The dramatic finish overshadowed an attacking masterclass by the Morris brothers which had put the Roosters on the verge of a sixth-straight win.
Josh Morris scored a double while Brett Morris scored another to take the duo's combined tally of NRL tries past 300.
Their efforts and Brett Morris setting up Flanagan for the opener of the match had countered Melbourne's efforts by Addo-Carr and Hughes.
The Storm halfback made it a double with a solo effort to spark the comeback in the 71st minute.
Victory lifts the Storm up to second on the ladder, while the Roosters are fourth after their third loss of the season.
Australian Associated Press