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Summary

  1. Corey Parker penalty wins it for Brisbane in golden point extra time
  2. Andrew McCullough and Lachlan Maranta tries for Broncos
  3. Liam Farrell and stunning Joe Burgess score for Wigan
  4. St George beat Warrington 18-12 on Friday
  5. Series concludes with St Helens v South Sydney on Sunday

Live Reporting

By Phil Cartwright

All times stated are UK

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But there's still one match left...

Sunday: St Helens v South Sydney Rabbitohs

Once you've got your breath back from tonight's gripping tie, prepare to go again tomorrow evening for the World Club Series finale between St Helens and South Sydney Rabbitohs.

The Super League champions against the NRL champions for the right to be crowned the best club side in the world of rugby league. Should be fun.

If you want to relive the action, can I please point you towards

BBC Sport's Ged Scott's report from the DW Stadium.

I'll join you again tomorrow night. Thanks for your company.

Wigan Warriors 12-14 Brisbane Broncos (after extra time)

Despite their defeats, Warrington last night and Wigan tonight can be extremely proud of their efforts. Sadly for Super League fans, it's England 0-2 Australia.

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Wigan Warriors 12-14 Brisbane Broncos (after extra time)

What drama at the DW Stadium. Some debate about what the penalty was given for, but Corey Parker slotted it over easily from close range to ensure Australia take a 2-0 lead in the World Club Series.

One of those occasions where it's harsh on whoever loses, such was the effort and determination on show from both sides.

Losing in extra-time just makes it even more cruel.

PENALTY

Wigan Warriors 12-14 Brisbane Broncos (Parker)

Penalty for Brisbane! And it's in kickable range for Corey Parker...

Anthony Gelling charges it down! And is sent to the sin-bin.

Parker gets another go from 15 metres, straight in front of the posts, and it's all over. Brisbane victorious 14-12 in extra-time.

Wigan Warriors 12-12 Brisbane Broncos

Brisbane choose to run the ball and Anthony Milford gets to within five metres of the line on the sixth tackle. He tries a grubber kick through and Josh Charnley bats it behind for a goal-line dropout.

Wigan Warriors 12-12 Brisbane Broncos

Brisbane get a scrum as Josh Charnley deliberately knocks the ball out of Lachlan Maranta's arms. The Broncos go again from just inside their own half.

Wigan Warriors 12-12 Brisbane Broncos

Ian Sibbit

Ex-Warrington forward on BBC Radio Manchester

"That was like Milford kicked a bag of sand. It never looked like going over."

Wigan Warriors 12-12 Brisbane Broncos

Wigan are penned into their own half so all Matty Smith can do is launch it as far forward as possible on the sixth tackle. Brisbane edging forward. Anthony Milford waiting, gets it, another drop-goal attempt...

Short.

Some weary bodies out there now.

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Wigan Warriors 12-12 Brisbane Broncos

Wigan's Matty Smith has a go from similar range, and a similar result. Falls short of the posts.

Wigan Warriors 12-12 Brisbane Broncos

The tactic you would expect in this scenario is five drives to set up an attempt at a drop-goal. That what Brisbane are trying now...

But Ben Hunt is well wide from 40 metres.

Kick-off

Wigan Warriors 12-12 Brisbane Broncos

Off we go again. Next team to score a point wins. Simple as that.

Wigan Warriors 12-12 Brisbane Broncos - extra time to follow

BBC Sport's Ged Scott at the DW Stadium: "Golden point time here. 10 minutes' more action and nobody is complaining, especially after Joe Burgess's stunning length of the field, last-minute try."

Wigan Warriors 12-12 Brisbane Broncos - extra time to follow

What a moment for Joe Burgess. He's making a habit of these crucial late tries in massive games. Remember his match-winning score against Warrington in the play-off semi-final last season? That was an easy finish in comparison to this. Sensational, and no less that the Warriors deserve for their defensive efforts.

Surely the momentum is with Wigan now?

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Wigan Warriors 12-12 Brisbane Broncos - extra time to follow

What a finish. What. A. Finish. And it's still not over.

Golden-point extra-time will follow shortly.

TRY

Wigan Warriors 12-12 Brisbane Broncos (Burgess, con Smith)

Amazing try for Joe Burgess! That's why the youngster is so highly rated and why he's heading to the NRL next season. The winger hasn't had the best of nights, but he shows unbelievable pace to race clear from his own 10-metre line to score, swapping passes with George Williams along the way. Wonderful, wonderful try. Can Matty Smith level it with the kick. Yes he can!

Wigan Warriors 6-12 Brisbane Broncos

Ian Sibbit

Ex-Warrington forward on BBC Radio Manchester

"Wigan are still in this game - they are only one try away. I am sure Wigan will be frustrated when they look back at the tape of this game because of all the mistakes they have made."

Wigan Warriors 6-12 Brisbane Broncos

Another fracas breaks out as Wigan forward Tony Clubb tackles Jordan Kahu to the ground and then pushes the full-back while he's down for good measure. The officials have a discussion and award Brisbane a penalty, which just eases the pressure on the Australian side that little bit more.

Wigan Warriors 6-12 Brisbane Broncos

More than 20,000 people inside the DW Stadium tonight. Still the game is in the balance with five minutes to play. Wigan scrum 30 metres out.

Wigan Warriors 6-12 Brisbane Broncos

Josh Charnley
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Josh Charnley - I've hardly mentioned him in an attacking sense tonight - gets the ball 10 metres out but is swallowed up by about a million Brisbane tacklers. Well, maybe not a million, but enough to bundle him into touch.

Wigan Warriors 6-12 Brisbane Broncos

Into the final 10 minutes, time for Wigan to take a few risks maybe? They're tackling for their lives and the home crowd are responding. Their effort is rewarded with a Brisbane error and it's a Wigan scrum just inside Broncos territory.

Wigan Warriors 6-12 Brisbane Broncos

A sensational offload from Adam Blair sends Anthony Milford clear for Brisbane. Eventually the move breaks down but that was a terrific piece of skill from a prop forward. Still more defensive work for Wigan to do as the Broncos regain possession, but Wigan survive for a second time as Milford is denied again near the line.

PENALTY

Wigan Warriors 6-12 Brisbane Broncos (Parker)

Boos around the DW Stadium as John Bateman is penalised for blocking a Brisbane runner. Fair to say that the former Bradford man isn't happy. Corey Parker slots over the two-pointer from 20 metres and the Broncos lead by six.

Warrington forward Ben Harrison on Twitter: An absolutely brilliant advertisement for rugby league! I hope this continues year on year. #WorldClubSeries

Wigan Warriors 6-10 Brisbane Broncos

Just saw a picture of a glum-looking Sean O'Loughlin watching the action unfold in front of him. Oh, how the Wigan captain would love to be involved in this match.

Wigan Warriors 6-10 Brisbane Broncos

Brisbane deal with the attack with ease, pushing Joel Tomkins into touch. Has to be said again that both sides have been phenomenal in defence tonight.

Wigan Warriors 6-10 Brisbane Broncos

Trevor Hunt

BBC Radio Manchester

"Although we have been saying we think Brisbane may tire, they are showing no signs of it."

Wigan Warriors 6-10 Brisbane Broncos

Can't recall too many meaningful opportunities for Wigan in the second half and one of their main strike players, Anthony Gelling, looks to be struggling with a knock. Maybe this is their chance as Corey Parker knocks on near the halfway line.

Wigan Warriors 6-10 Brisbane Broncos

Ian Sibbit

Ex-Warrington forward on BBC Radio Manchester

"It has been all Brisbane in this half and eventually their pressure told. They made the extra man out wide and the extra man told in the corner."

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Andy: Wigan need to keep doing the basics and the intensity up.

Jacob Brown: Wigan can't keep giving away field position. Brisbane will punish them eventually.

And indeed they have Jacob...

Wigan Warriors 6-10 Brisbane Broncos

A quarter of the game remaining. If things remain the same, the Aussies will take a 2-0 lead in the World Club Series. Can Wigan find a way back?

TRY

Wigan Warriors 6-10 Brisbane Broncos (Maranta, missed con Parker)

Could be a big moment in the match as Brisbane hit the front again. Wigan are penalised - was it for holding a player back? Was it for offside? Nobody seems to know, but the Broncos don't care as the ball is worked out wide to Lachlan Maranta to finish easily. Corey Parker puts the kick at goal wide but the Broncos now have a very handy four-point lead.

Wigan Warriors 6-6 Brisbane Broncos

Don't know if you noticed this, but the hooter didn't sound to mark the start of the second half. BBC Sport's Ged Scott has found out why.

"The reason the hooter didn't sound is because it's broken. Frantic attempts are being made to repair it. But the hooter man has lined up a replacement air horn should he still be 'hooterless' come the 80th minute."

Wigan Warriors 6-6 Brisbane Broncos

Anthony Gelling is a lucky boy. The Wigan centre tries to run the ball out of defence and is tackled. He loses his grip on the ball but it drops backwards and safely into the arms of a team-mate. Wigan send it into Brisbane territory and the Warriors get ready for another brutal defensive set.

Wigan Warriors 6-6 Brisbane Broncos

A glimpse of Anthony Milford's talent there as the Brisbane half-back spots a great line and darts into Wigan territory, only for Joel Tomkins to send the Samoa international to the turf and Milford grasps at thin air as the ball wriggles free.

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Are we really going to see a golden-point game? Or can Wigan - or indeed Brisbane - nick this inside the 80 minutes?

Let us know by using #bbcrl on Twitter.

Wigan Warriors 6-6 Brisbane Broncos

Brisbane have been the team on the front foot in the opening minutes of the second half, but still Wigan keep them out. A Broncos repeat set comes to nothing.

Wigan Warriors 6-6 Brisbane Broncos

Daniel Vidot
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Brisbane are performing better than last season's finishing position would suggest. This one is on a knife-edge. Anyone fancy golden-point extra-time?

Wigan Warriors 6-6 Brisbane Broncos

Sam Thaiday, hair flowing behind him, gains some valuable yards for Brisbane and Lachlan Maranta is just short when the ball is spread wide by the Broncos. Again, Wigan's defence is superb.

Wigan Warriors 6-6 Brisbane Broncos

Welcome to the second half. Huge hit from Wigan's Larne Patrick.