South Sydney's Adam Reynolds created NRL history on Thursday night, slotting the first two-point field goal in 50 years.
The Rabbitohs were imperious against a woeful Brisbane Broncos side that has now lost four from five to open the season.
Former Kiwis captain Benji Marshall, fullback Latrell Mitchell and Reynolds terrorised the Broncos throughout, with Marshall looking slick starting in the No.6 jersey with Cody Walker suspended.
Souths 35-6 win keeps them on the heels of competition leaders Penrith Panthers, with four straight wins after dropping the opening game of the season against Melbourne Storm.
Marshall scored the game's opening try and played creator on two other occasions in a vintage performance as the 35-year-old wound back the clock, much to the delight of coach Wayne Bennett.
"He's been wonderful, it's not only what you see on the field, it's what he does off the field as well," Bennett said.
"I just can't get my head around why clubs - why we were so lucky to get him."
"I thought Benji was outstanding, he did a great job for us."
Down 10-0 early, Brisbane looked back in the hunt following a powerful effort from impressive fullback Jamayne Isaako, but a two minute, eight-point blitz from the Bunnies put the game to bed with a half to play.
Dane Gagai muscled through some feeble defence on halfway, before putting Reynolds over in the 38th minute, who then capped off a near-flawless half with a booming 43-metre field goal - the game's first since the 1970 Grand Final.
Second-half tries to Mitchell (2) and Campbell Grahams, and a one-point field goal to Reynolds sealed a 29-point win for the Rabbitohs, reaffirming their premiership credentials.
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