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Like father, like son.

Much of the focus has been on Brother Nick Dykos, who is already writing the record books in his young career, but Brother Josh was given special attention on Sunday.

In a move reminiscent of father and Collingwood great Peter, Josh beat two Essendon defenders before taking a few balls.

The cameras went straight to their father, Peter, and you couldn’t wipe the smile off his face as he cheered on his son as he scored a strong goal of the year contender.

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“Daikos beat him, he went and went, two balls and like his talented father [he] James Brayshaw said in his commentary. Channel 7.

“There he is [their father] What kind of DNA does this family have? That’s ridiculous. There is and should be a lot of focus on Nick but he is a good footballer in his own right and the man was a champion.

Essendon’s Sam Draper put his name down for goal of the year last week but Eddie Betts said. Fox Footy Daikos considers him the new leader for that honor.

“We were talking about Draper’s goal last week and we knew Dykos could score goals like that, but we said you have to get the crowd involved. Take the controversy, we say goal of the year,” said Homes.

Sarah Jones added: “He made it look ridiculously easy.

I think if you ask a lot of other players to do it, when the basketball pops up in the middle, a lot of people can’t do it.

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Collingwood were in cruise control at that point, racing to a 38-1 lead after the first quarter before Essendon stormed back into the game in the second quarter.

The Magpies won after the siren.

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