It was brilliant play and only McKenna would, or could do it.
Ironically, it looked like Hurley might take the OOF free kick - which would have meant a long bomb down the line or a kick backwards. Either now goal, certainly bot within about 20 seconds.
What was brilliant with the play was:
1. How stationary players of both sides were. McKenna's speed and energy forced our players to move.
2. McKenna's willingness to honour a tight lead with a 15m-25m bullet pass and then immdiately run past for the handball receive.
3. As you've pointed out, then deliver a deft 30m pass to Zaharakis perfectly in the corridor. Only Tippa could probably do it that deftly. It was an amazingly different pass from the low power-bullet pass that started the play and showed a diversity in his passing I had not seen before.
If you did a straw poll now of 16 clubs (exlcuding Bulldogs and us) whether they would pick McKenna or JJ for a HBF role next week if they had them I reckon McKenna would finish in front.