Catalans Dragons have staged a superb second half recovery to defeat Leeds 27-18 and extend their club record Super League winning streak to nine straight games.
The table-topping Dragons were expected to celebrate a long-awaited homecoming in front of their supporters for the first time in over 15 months with another triumph in Perpignan.
However, the Rhinos put on a stunning early blitz to build an 18-2 half-time lead against a Dragons outfit without key playmaker James Maloney and back-rower Joel Tomkins due to suspension.
But Leeds could not hold on to that advantage as the Dragons roared back after the interval to claim the spoils with four unanswered second-half tries.
Playmaker Arthur Mourgue was ever present for Catalans, scoring a try and kicking five goals as the Dragons put on 25 unanswered second half points.
"Arthur creates some great moments for television, he's that type of player," said Dragons coach Steve McNamara said.
"There were parts of his game that were a bit off the mark tonight but it's his first time starting at No.6 and it will take a bit of time.
"He's been awesome for us, Arthur. We've played him in all the different positions and I'm glad he's on our team."
Leeds coach Richard Agar rued the missed chance against the ladder leaders.
"We had a terrible start to that second half," he said.
"We had a complete loss of discipline and composure. Once we lost our momentum we couldn't get it back."
Meanwhile, Krisnan Inu scored two tries and kicked four goals as Salford gave their Super League survival hopes a massive boost with a 24-14 win over Wakefield.
The Kiwi, who recently returned from a two-month club ban because of social media posts earlier in the season, led a spirited Salford fightback after they went 12-0 down inside 16 minutes.
Richard Marshall's men finished the game strongly with two tries in the last 15 minutes from Inu and Ken Sio and the win saw them leapfrog Wakefield into ninth spot.