Polota-Nau put the Wallabies 10 points up with a rolling maul try that lit up the WA crowd, and said he could feel the passion as the fans began Force chants through the match.
“I think a lot of the other crowds need to take a leaf from their book because that's what you call support, right from the first minute to minute 80.
“Hopefully that little meaty was just a token of what they've given me throughout this whole Super Rugby season.”
It wasn’t just local players who felt the crowd support, with skipper Michael Hooper praising the passion of the crowd as well.
“They were very vocal out there, and even though they weren't chanting Wallabies, it was still for an Australian team and every time Adam got the ball, first half in particular, they're screaming for him.
“I was really happy to see the passion in the crowd and even though it started to throw a little bit of rain out there at the start of the game, everyone stayed strong and really keen to see all the players after the match.”
Force and Wallabies lock Adam Coleman said the ‘sea of blue’ added an incredible feeling to the match.