|Betfred Super League|
|Wigan (10) 32|
|Tries: Smith, French 2, Burgess, Farrell 2 Goals: Hardaker 4|
|Toronto (4) 10|
|Tries: Russell, Thompson Goals: Wallace|
Wigan scored six tries of their victory over Toronto who stay winless of their debut Super League season.
Former Wigan participant Matty Russell’s strive put the Wolfpack forward, however Harry Smith and Bevan French went over six minutes aside because the hosts led at half-time.
Toronto made a fantastic begin to the second half with Bodene Thompson’s strive, however a incredible counter-attack by Wigan noticed Joe Burgess energy over.
French’s second and two Liam Farrell tries put the seal on the Wigan win.
The Wolfpack, who had been with out Sonny Bill Williams as he has returned to New Zealand for the start of his fourth baby, have now misplaced their opening three Super League matches, whereas Wigan have received two of their first three video games after beating Warrington on opening day earlier than shedding to Castleford final week.
Toronto, who’ve opened the scoring of their two earlier matches, did so once more as Russell dived over after a cross-field kick was batted again by Ricky Leutele.
That conceded strive noticed a sluggish Wigan instantly burst into life as Smith noticed a niche within the defence to go over and French danced by after a go from Liam Farrell to place the hosts forward.
A well-worked transfer noticed Thompson race over the road as Toronto tied the sport at 10-10 early within the second half and so they got here near getting in entrance, however Wigan turned defence in to assault right away and Burgess ran 50 metres to attain.
French scored his second strive as he went over following a swift Warriors transfer down the left and after Hakim Miloudi was despatched to the sin bin for the second successive sport, Farrell scored two tries in two minutes to finish the Wigan victory.
Wigan: French, Marshall, Hardaker, Bibby, J. Burgess, Smith, Hastings, Partington, Leuluai, Clubb, Farrell, Isa, O’Loughlin.
Replacements: Bourouh, Bullock, Clark, Smithies.
Toronto Wolfpack: O’Brien, Kay, Miloudi, Leutele, Russell, Wallace, McCrone, Singleton, Ackers, Springer, Olbison, Thompson, Cunningham.
Replacements: Sidlow, Mullally, Dixon, Wheeler.
Referee: Chris Kendall (RFL).