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Chad Wingard taunts Collingwood fans only for his Hawks to LOSE a thriller in the last minutes 

Chad Wingard taunts Collingwood fans as he runs into an open aim – only for his Hawks to LOSE a thriller in the last minutes

Chad Wingard endured a second to overlook throughout Hawthorn’s loss to Collingwood, prematurely taunting the Magpies faithfuls earlier than the Hawks lost a thriller by 4 factors.

Early in the fourth quarter, the Hawks midfielder ran unchallenged in direction of the aim to kick Hawthorn’s second aim in lower than 4 minutes and put them forward by seven factors.

The Hawks had trailed by as a lot as 30 factors early in the contest at the MCG and Wingard had some phrases of alternative for Collingwood fans assembled behind the aim, taunting them as he slotted the ball by means of the uprights.

Chad Wingard (left) endured a moment to forget as Hawthorn lost to Collingwood

Chad Wingard (left) endured a second to overlook as Hawthorn lost to Collingwood 

Footage posted on Twitter exhibits the 28-year-old gesturing in direction of the Magpies fans earlier than booting his first main of the recreation and clearly relishing their response as he prolonged the Hawks’ lead.

Unfortunately for Wingard, Collingwood would have the last chortle as they got here again from behind to win a thrilling contest 10.12 (72) to 10.8 (68) thanks to a late aim from Ollie Henry.

With the Magpies trailing by two and simply over 5 minutes left on the clock, the 19-year-old took a spectacular contested mark, earlier than changing the set shot which finally proved to decisive.

Meanwhile, Collingwood coach Craig McRae will proceed encouraging Jack Ginnivan to put opposition tacklers to the take a look at as his group seeks readability from the AFL over high-contact free kicks.

Oliver Henry kicked the crucial goal as Collingwood beat Hawthorn 72-68 on Sunday

Oliver Henry kicked the essential aim as Collingwood beat Hawthorn 72-68 on Sunday

The 19-year-old forward took a stunning contested mark before converting the set shot

The 19-year-old ahead took a gorgeous contested mark earlier than changing the set shot

Already a polarising teenager in simply his second season, Ginnivan was once more centre of consideration throughout the Magpies’ slim win over Hawthorn.

The 19-year-old acquired one early free kick for excessive contact and booted two first-quarter targets from whistles in his favour.

But he additionally noticed umpires wave play-on in a number of different incidents the place he clearly felt aggrieved at not being awarded frees for excessive contact.

Jack Ginnivan (middle) was again in the thick of the action for Collingwood at the MCG

Jack Ginnivan (center) was once more in the thick of the motion for Collingwood at the MCG

McRae stated Collingwood would increase the matter with the AFL this week in search of solutions.

‘Thinking that you may’t receives a commission a free kick as a result of we do not like that you simply’re getting free kicks […] I’m undecided if that is the case,’ McRae stated.

‘I’ll simply get some readability with that.’

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