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Storm claim 19th consecutive victory to equal longest winning streak of all time

Storm claim 19th consecutive victory to equal longest winning streak of all time

By Shanil Singh
Friday 20/08/2021
Josh Addo-Carr in action against the Titans. [Photo by Chris Hyde/Getty Images]

Melbourne Storm beat the Gold Coast Titans 34-20 last night to claim their 19th consecutive win in the NRL.

Storm now stand alongside the 1975 Eastern Suburbs side with the longest winning streak of all time but they had to fight back from 10-0.

Marion Seve, Harry Grant, Cameron Munster, Josh Addo-Carr, Nicho Hynes and Josh Addo-Carr scored a try each for the defending premiers.

With two rounds remaining in the regular season, Storm is leading the standings with 40 points.

In tonight's matches, the Canberra Raiders play the Manly Sea Eagles at 8pm while the Penrith Panthers take on the South Sydney Rabbitohs at 10.05pm.





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