Hawthorn storms home to stun the Pies at the MCG!
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Collingwood’s season is starting to spiral, with Hawthorn springing a shock upset over the Pies on Friday night.
The Pies led by 18 points early in the final term, but the Hawks came home strong to nab a four point victory.
Hawthorn has now won 12 of its past 13 games against the Pies.
Collingwood has lost its past two matches, with trips to West Coast and GWS in the next fortnight.
The Pies then face Richmond in an MCG blockbuster at the end of the month.
Luke Breust booted two crucial goals in his 200th game for the Hawks.
He spoke with 3AW after the victory!
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Collingwood defender Jordan Roughead said the Pies didn’t get the basics right.
“We’re not playing the footy we want to be playing at the moment,” he said.
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Hawthorn footy boss Graham Wright joined us in the lead-up to the clash, saying the Hawks wouldn’t be rushing into calls on the future of several ageing stars.
“We’re really mindful of that,” he said.
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