Here are the key moments from Holden State of Origin game two between NSW and Queensland at ANZ Stadium.
2nd minute: Great tackle from Maroons prop Dylan Napa on NSW captain Boyd Cordner sets the tone for the visitors.
4th minute: Billy Slater, playing his 30th Origin game for Queensland, goes the short side finding Valentine Holmes. The winger kicks, but can't beat Blues fullback James Tedesco. Referee Gerard Sutton rules he didn't play at the ball.
7th minute: Contentious fifth tackle penalty goes Queensland's way. Maroons almost capitalise two sets later thanks to Dane Gagai, who is denied by a desperate Josh Addo-Carr by a matter of inches. Sutton originally ruled try before it was overturned by the bunker.
12th minute: Maroons take a deserved early lead. Quick hands from Cameron Munster, Billy Slater and Greg Inglis free up Holmes, who crosses the stripe untouched. The flyer then fails to convert his own try. 4-0 Queensland.
Holmes gives Maroons early lead
19th minute: Maroons score their second try, with Slater again heavily involved. A poor defensive read from NSW pivot James Maloney creates space and the visitors did the rest. Will Chambers drew Addo-Carr before finding Gagai, who showed good balance to stay on his feet before finding the stripe. Holmes converts for a 10-0 scoreline.
24th minute: Blues hit back via Addo-Carr. The 'Foxx' showed great strength and footwork to force his way over following a ball out wide from James Maloney. 10-6 Queensland.
Blues hit back with Addo-Carr try
29th minute: Kalyn Ponga makes his debut for the Maroons, thrown into the fray for Jarrod Wallace.
30th minute: NSW awarded a penalty try after Ben Hunt impedes the run of Cordner close to the line. Maloney converts to give the hosts a two point advantage. 12-10 NSW.
Penalty try to the Blues
40th minute: Halftime in an action packed game two. NSW lead Queensland 12-10 at the break.
44th minute: Crucial tackle from Will Chambers denies Addo-Carr, who looked odds on to streak away and score his second try of the evening. Big play.
49th minute: Moments later the hosts take an eight point lead. Blues centre Latrell Mitchell powers on to a last tackle pass from James Tedesco, planting the Steeden down out wide. Maloney then nailed the crucial conversion from the sideline. 18-10 NSW.
61st minute: Following an error from Mitchell, the Maroons take full advantage. Hunt combines with Felise Kaufusi, who finds Chambers. Holmes' kick just misses. 18-14 NSW.
68th minute: Blues centre James Roberts is sin-binned for a professional foul. His tackle on Gavin Cooper was needless, leaving the hosts a man down until the dying stages.
74th minute: Blues captain Boyd Cordner forced off late with a head injury after trying to tackle Napa. His teammates respond heroically in defence, and then earn a seven-tackle set after a reckless kick from Chambers.
77th minute: Blatcheys Blues roar in unison when referee Sutton awards the Blues a penalty.
79th minute: A knock on close to the line by Queensland. Blues win scrum and take the final few tackles to wrap up a series win.
80th minute: Fulltime NSW 18, Queensland 14.
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