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New Zealand came from behind to record a 14-12 victory over Samoa in their second Four Nations match at Toll Stadium, Whangarei on Saturday afternoon.

Samoa held a surprise 8-6 lead at half-time and appeared destined to record a stunning upset victory when Joey Leilua crossed in the second half to extend their lead to 12-6, before tries to Jason Nightingale and Shaun Kenny-Dowall saw the Kiwis pull in front with just five minutes left in the match to steal a two-point victory.

Re-live the come-from-behind win from New Zealand with the match highlights above.

New Zealand 14 (Foran, Nightingale, Kenny-Dowall tries; Johnson 1/3 goals) def. Samoa 12 (Moga, Vidot, Leilua tries; Lafai 0/3 goals)


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