I'm sorry Tonga but that's just business. The NRL funded the match, the Kangaroos players agreed to pay-cuts. If you don't invest anything into a match, you can't then claim to want the majority of profits. I would imagine that the NRL's return was low too. Most of what they received would have covered costs for hosting the game but in the usual journalism style that is used when reporting on RL the return of their original investment was probably deemed to be ''profit'' just so a negative spin can be put on it.