23 Oct 2022
Samoa 72-4 Greece: Match in Pictures
Samoa got their quarter-final hopes back on track in style
By Megan Armitage at the Eco-Power Stadium
Jarome Luai’s sparkling display helped Samoa reignite their Rugby League World Cup quarter-final hopes with a 72-4 victory over Greece in Doncaster.
Matt Parish's side had a point to prove following their heavy defeat against England in Round 1 and needed just 58 seconds to open the scoring through Brian To'o.
Luai dictated play throughout and was one of 10 Samoans to ultimately add their names to the scoresheet, Danny Levi, Chanel Harris-Tavita and Tim Lafai each crossing for doubles in a one-sided encounter.
READ MORE: Match report - Luai shines as Samoa sink Greece
Lachlan Ilias sparked jubilant Greek celebrations with their only try of the night but the final quarter-finalists from Group A will now be decided when Samoa play France next Sunday.
Here are the some of the best pictures from the action-packed contest...
Junior Paulo crosses for Samoa's second try in the opening four minutes (Getty Images for Rugby League World Cup)
Myles Gal hits contact as Greece look to make their mark (Getty Images for Rugby League World Cup)
The influential Jarome Luai slides in to add his name to the scoresheet (Getty Images for Rugby League World Cup)
Royce Hunt escapes the attentions of the Greek defence (Getty Images for Rugby League World Cup)
Danny Levi and Stephen Crichton celebrate the former's second try, Samoa's 12th (Getty Images for Rugby League World Cup)
Tim Lafai completes the scoring late on (Getty Images for Rugby League World Cup)
The Rugby League World Cup promises to be the biggest, best and most inclusive event in the sport’s 127-year history with men’s, women’s and wheelchair teams competing in 61 games across 21 venues throughout England. Tickets are available via rlwc2021.com/tickets