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Chad Wingard must have been the only one among almost 44,000 people that wasn't nervous.
Port Adelaide's teen star had the footy, 35 metres out from goal, his side two points down against arch enemy Adelaide.
There were 30 seconds remaining in the AFL grudge match played before 43,368 spectators at AAMI Stadium last Sunday.
Kick the goal, Port win and all but book themselves a return to the...
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