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The head coach of Melbourne Storm Craig Bellamy seemed to give a tantrum during his team's victory over Sydney Roosters in Adelaide Oval on Friday night

& # 39; Forget the game, hold the camera with him! & # 39; NRL coach extraordinary mid-match blow-up – and his side was WINNING

  • The Melbourne Storm coach, Craig Bellamy, was caught and threw a tantrum
  • Storm defeated Sydney Roosters 14-12 in a close match at Adelaide Oval on Friday
  • Viewers suggested that the colorful coaching from Bellamy was more exciting than the game
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The Storm Craig Bellamy of Melbourne Storm is praised for more action than a footy on Friday night after an extraordinary mid-game blow-up.

Bellamy threw a tantrum through the ages during his team's victory over Sydney Roosters in Adelaide Oval on Friday night.

The Storm coach was visibly irritated when the cameras cut from the field to the coach of the coach in Fox Sports & # 39; live coverage.

The head coach of Melbourne Storm Craig Bellamy seemed to give a tantrum during his team's victory over Sydney Roosters in Adelaide Oval on Friday night

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The head coach of Melbourne Storm Craig Bellamy seemed to give a tantrum during his team's victory over Sydney Roosters in Adelaide Oval on Friday night

Bellamy & # 39; s outburst also caught the attention of fans who matched in the competition, with many arguments that it offered more entertainment

Bellamy & # 39; s outburst also caught the attention of fans who matched in the competition, with many arguments that it offered more entertainment

Bellamy & # 39; s outburst also caught the attention of fans who matched in the competition, with many arguments that it offered more entertainment

There was less than two minutes left in the game when Bellamy responded to his team's failure to connect a pass.

Melbourne held a two-point lead at that time and it seemed that they were about to win a match.

Footage of the box showed a frustrated Bellamy who & # 39; no & # 39; shouted before he threw his arms in the air and let screams tear.

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The troubled coach was then caught and turned his head away from the action and seemingly releasing abusive words.

The reaction caught the attention of commentators who burst out laughing, with one who said & # 39; look at the stress & # 39 ;.

Bellamy & # 39; s outburst also caught the attention of fans who aligned in the competition, with many arguments that it offered more entertainment.

Not everyone was impressed by Bellamy's behavior. A viewer suggested that he act like a two-year-old

Not everyone was impressed by Bellamy's behavior. A viewer suggested that he act like a two-year-old

Not everyone was impressed by Bellamy's behavior. A viewer suggested that he act like a two-year-old

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& # 39; Watching Craig Bellamy on the coach of the coach is just as entertaining as the game itself # NRLRoostersStorm & # 39 ;, one person said.

& # 39; I could just see Craig Bellamy blowing up all day. Forget the game, just hold a camera on him for the full 80 minutes, & another said.

Other viewers were less than impressed by Bellamy's behavior.

& # 39; I have seen two-year-olds with better self-control than Craig Bellamy, & # 39; a man said.

Another viewer joked whether you prefer to be in the kitchen of chef Gordon Ramsay or play for the Storm under Bellamy.

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Melbourne opened the biggest lead of the season on the NRL ladder after winning the 14-12 win.

Melbourne opened the biggest lead of the season on the NRL ladder after winning the 14-12 win

Melbourne opened the biggest lead of the season on the NRL ladder after winning the 14-12 win

Melbourne opened the biggest lead of the season on the NRL ladder after winning the 14-12 win

Both teams scored two attempts each, but it was Cameron Smith's boot that proved the difference.

The Storm captain was a perfect three goals from so many attempts, while Rooster's center Latrell Mitchell had nailed two of his three looks to the goal.

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The gritty victory not only extends the Melbourne winning streak to six, but also raises them six points away from both the Roosters and South Sydney.

The last team to have a six-point lead after 15 laps was the Storm in 2012 and they were going to claim premiership against Canterbury.

It was also the fourth time in their last five fights that the game ended with three points or less, including a one-point thriller earlier this year.

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