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AFL 2022 news: Rory Loeb goals, video, Jason Dunstall’s reaction, Fremantle vs Western Bulldogs


Rory Loeb had a show in the first half that left many of the game’s greats speechless.

The Fremantle striker couldn’t go wrong as he scored an absolutely ridiculous three goals from three kicks to lead his team to a dominant lead in the first half.

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Lobb has been linked with a move from Fremantle at the end of the season with his rumored landing spot said to be the Western Bulldogs.

On Saturday afternoon’s Dog Show, Loeb posed the greatest job interview you’re likely to see while rioting under the roof of Marvel Stadium.

Lobb started the party in the first quarter with an out-of-50 goal, but two bombs in the second quarter left AFL legend Jason Dunstall dumbfounded.

Loeb hugged at the border and 50 meters from the house, and fired his second kick into the game straight through the big sticks.

Less than five minutes later, he was back in the exact same place.

“He couldn’t kick this, could he? He just kicked two breakers out of two kicks in the game, and that would be amazing,” Dunstall said.

“Tag this, boss,” cried Cameron Mooney.

When Loeb began his run towards goal, he sailed for his third goal and Dunstoll knew immediately he was home. The comment box couldn’t believe what they were seeing.

Dunstal: “Oh, don’t tell me.”

Dwayne Russell: “It’s been an amazing hit…wow, amazing.”

Gary Lyon: “It’s a good display of three kicks on goal since Bljr Lockett.”

Mooney: “Three of the best bombs you’ll ever see.”

Dunstol: “It’s a better three kick than a three-kick player. Rare.”

Lobb’s hilarious show not only left the game’s legends in awe but fans watching them in utter disbelief.

Loeb continued the attack in the second half when he netted his fourth goal from his fourth kick in the competition.

He showed he was a human in the middle of the third quarter, but missed consecutive set pieces.

The Herald Sun’s John Ralph reports that rival clubs expect the 29-year-old, who has signed with Fremantle for 2023, to be traded to the Western Bulldogs at the end of the season as it seeks a three-year, $1.5 million deal.

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