47 - James Tedesco (New South Wales) has made the most carries (47), gained the most metres over the advantage line (376), made the most offloads (5) and produced the most try assists (3) of any player in the 2019 State of Origin series.
Josh McGuire scored a try inside the final 10 minutes to bring the Maroons within six, before Josh Papalii and the boot of Lowe incredibly levelled things with just two minutes left.
"They're going to ruin the game if they keep it up".
Tedesco, named player of the series, turned the game three times, beginning with a 65-metre kick return in the 34th minute to set up the Blues' first try.
Mitchell Pearce lofted a floating cut-out ball for Tom Trbojevic before Blake Ferguson tip-toed down the sideline and passed inside Tedesco, the fullback stepping back out towards the touchline and sprinting to the corner to beat the tackle attempt of Dane Gagai.More news: Trump Scores Big Legal Victory in Hotel Lawsuit
8 - Queensland have won game three in eight of the last nine State of Origin series.
Tedesco was huge in crossing for two tries and running for 222 metres. Papalii was vast in his two stints and stood up to Blues opposite David Klemmer (115m, 21 tackles).
But the Maroons were up for the fight and controlled a first half which was dominated by the referees.
The pair were panned by both sides, however only blew their whistle twice in the second-half.
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It was the most penalties in the first half of an Origin match in 23 years, meaning the game was very stop-start and the 8-8 scoreline reflected that.
But he rued a missed opportunity by skipper Daly Cherry-Evans to kick a field goal in the waning minutes, before opting to put up a bomb.
"And I had Teddy (James Tedesco ) come to me before the game and said 'if you see something, just to back myself and to take it on". "But then we got the slow play-the-ball for some reason".
"The referees are interfering in this game too much tonight", he later added.
"I don't really know what goes through my mind when those things happen, I just play whats in front of me and a bit of instinct and I try to back myself", Cook told AAP. "I'm sitting here as a pretty proud Queenslander".More news: Google Stadia, more details avowed to get the beauty