Liam Farrell

Winning a game does not always mean that a side cannot improve, and for Wigan Warriors coach Shaun Wane, he wants to see improvement – after he was left disappointed by his side’s second-half performance against the Bradford Bulls.

Running out comfortable 36-6 winners, it was the fact that Wigan were held scoreless for the final 38 minutes of the game, that left Wane feeling a bit disappointed.

“I was really impressed by some of the tries we scored in the first half he said,” Wane said. “I thought our energy was spot on.

“But we were not consistent enough for me. The second half was awful, although the pitch was very sandy and the players said they were fatigued.

“Six-apiece in the second half has taken bit of the joy away for me. We’re not playing the way I want yet. If we had been ruthless in the second half, we would have been close.”

Despite the heavy loss, Bradford coach Francis Cummins tried to look on the positive side and lift his players for their next game, saying that Wigan are likely to do this to a lot of sides.

“I’m not too disheartened. Wigan will do this against other teams. I’ve told the boys we’ve just got to start again. We will be better for it,” said Cummins.

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