The Roosters have gone down 0-46 to the Melbourne Storm on Saturday night at Allianz Stadium.
The Storm’s first of the night was scored when Ryan Morgan found some space on the right hand side to split the defence and get it away to his winger Suliasi Vunivalu in the corner.
Vunivalu would claim a double within the next fifteen minutes, scoring on his wing on the back of a nice set play.
Kevin Proctor was next to score for the Storm, after receiving a ball from Cameron Munsters that put him through a hole on the right edge.
Their third try came from Kevin Proctor after receiving a ball from Cameron Munster to put him through a hole on the right edge.
The tussle was strong and physical at the start of the second half, but the Storm would be next to post points after Cheyse Blair busted his way through the Roosters defence.
Cooper Cronk would go on to score back-to-back tries for the Storm, one on the back of a nice pass from Munster and the other was an individual effort.
Cameron Munster capped off a good performance with a four-pointer of his own with the Roosters were found thin out wide.
Vunivalu got his hat-trick to top off a tough night at the office for the Sydney Roosters.