Parramatta Eels vs Canterbury Bulldogs, live stream, live blog, SuperCoach scores, videos, Dylan Brown, Matt Burton

The Eels crushed the Bulldogs 42-6 in an eight-try loss as Dylan Brown and Mitchell Moses produced masterclasses at CommBank Stadium.

The Eels outshot Will Penisini, Maika Sivo, Ryan Matterson, Tom Opacic by eight tries and doubled over Dylan Brown and Waqa Blake.

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The Bulldogs opened the odds with a penalty goal to Matt Burton after the indiscretion of the Eels.

Will Penis dove into the corner after the eels created, there was an overlap as the home facet took the lead.

Waqa Blake scored a few minutes later to give the Eels a 12-2 advantage.

Aaron Schoupp has done a superb job of bringing the Bulldogs back into the competition.

The tries were pouring in for the wingers when Maika Sivo entered the party to give the Eels a 10-point lead after an excellent back pass from Brown.

Brown resumed the second half with a third sparring assist, this time freeing Ryan Matterson with a good forehand.

Clint Gutherson put Tom Opacic in the corner and surprised the Bulldogs with half an hour to play.

Brown then complemented Moses with excellent football experience, a particular decision to reach the Eels’ sixth goal of the afternoon and put the result to bed.

Moses and Brown reunited with another fighter to make their second down at number 6 and advance the Eels 38-6.

The Eels saved their 4 weakest hopes, while Blake ran untouched to put the icing on the cake of a huge win.

Here are the important notes of the match.


It’s a signing priority as big as his half-mate, after Dylan Brown impressed the Eels to a huge win with a dramatic win at CommBank Stadium.

Brown is ready to check his value in the open market on Nov. 1, and the golf equipment will line up to nab the Eels quarterback.

Brown had his best performance with 97 yards, three tackles, one dump, one line hop, two line hop assists, three assists and two attempts to tear apart the Bulldogs.

His move to corner Maika Sivo in the first half paid tribute to former coach Andrew Johns’ greater efficiency.

Cooper Cronk admired Brown’s ways to neutralize a number of defenders and carry Sivo into the sport virtually intact.

“Sivo’s cheers increased with an effective shot from Dylan Brown, who had two try assists in the first half,” Cronk said.

Steve Roach praised the influence of Brown and teammate Moses when staging a giveaway for Eels fans.

“Sivo had 35 tries in 35 games at CommBank Stadium,” Roach said.


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