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Hawthorn legend Ben Dixon likened the opening half to a “cage fight” as the sides couldn’t separate themselves through their contrasting styles. “Melbourne are being very aggressive, they’ve opened up their offence over the last month, they want to be aggressive down the middle but Carlton are ready for it” Dixon said on Fox Footy. “They know they want to be aggressive, they get the numbers there, get the numerical advantage and that’s the cue for the guys up the field to take their opportunity.


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The Blues took a two point lead into the main break, leading 3. 5 (23) - 3. 3 (21). Patrick Cripps extended his side’s lead in the opening stages of the main break after Clayton Oliver was penalized for a throw deep in defence, with the Blues skipper making no mistake from straight in front. A laser like pass from Charlie Curnow found Matthew Owies in the goal-square who dribbled through another goal for the Blues to extend to lead to double figures for the first time. The Demons responded quickly through Tom Sparrow which was immediately canceled out by some clever work from Sam Docherty roving the front of a pack. The Dees hit back with back to back goals through Christian Petracca and then Alex Neal-Bullen converted a ripping goal, tight up against the boundary line to trim the margin back to two points.


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The Blues were throwing their bodies at every contest and could have been penalized for multiple dangerous tackles including a missed tripping call on Jacob van Rooyen in the final minutes. Carlton kept on clearing the ball but were ruled to deliberately keep finding the boundary line which gave the Demons opportunities to attack late. Carlton held stead to repel the Demons effort and hold on for another famous victory, With Western Bulldogs games record holder Brad Johnson heaping praise on the Blues ability to withstand the relentless demons pressure. “That’s finals footy. ” Johnson said on Fox Footy.


“Low scoring, pressurized game, they were challenged at different stages and they really stood up. ”‘They’re on the way (to finals) you sense” Luke Darcy said on Channel 7. TEAMS LOCKED IN ‘CAGE FIGHT’ AFTER BLUES FAIL TO CONVERT EARLY TERRITORY DOMINANCECarlton dominated the early territory battle but couldn’t make the most of their early dominance, only leading by three points at the first change. The two in form sides in the competition both sides brought the heat to a cool and damp MCG with a hot contest dominating proceedings early. Despite the heat, Carlton held the early territory dominance, having 20 more inside 50s at halftime but only having three goals to show for it. “It’s been a grind” Hamish McLachlan said on Channel 7.


The Bluies maintained control but couldn’t make the Demons pay, ultimately conceding a late goal on the cusp of quarter time to Ed Langdon to open the Demons account. Carlton took a three point lead into quarter-time, 1. 3 (9) - 1. 0 (6). The Blues continued to dominate the territory and the inside 50 count, leading 27-6 in the early stages of the second quarter. The Dees though were able to capitalize on a rare foray forward and hit the front when Jake Melksham found Kade Chandler alone in the goal square. A moment of brilliance from Kysaiah Pickett led to Christian Petracca extending Melbourne’s lead before a precise kick from last weeks Rising star nominee Ollie Hollands found Jack Martin inside 50 who converted the Blues second goal of the match. The Demons were starting to move the ball freely and were moving the ball up the field freely before an Adam Saad intercept at half-back and a led to a contested mark to Blake Acres to put the Blues back in front in the shadows of half time.


“Carlton are coming out the front of stoppages, it’s been a real shift in the way they’ve moved the ball” Former Essendon captain Jobe Watson said on Channel 7. ‘They give their forwards such better looks when the ball is coming at them at speed. ”“It’s a credit to Melbourne that they didn’t allow them to do that through three quarters of this game. ” Daisy Pearce added. “Cripps has been involved in every goal” Pearce later addedThe Dees came roaring back through goals to Pickett and Joel Smith to bring the game back into the balance ticking into time on. Norm Smith medallist Christian Petracca thought he had the game won when he set sailed from 50m out to break Carlton hearts for the second successive year, only to be denied by the on field goal umpire call of “behind” ruling it touched off Caleb Marchbank’s right hand.


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