Leeds Rhinos comfortably beat Salford City Reds to move ahead of Catalan Dragons into fourth place in the Super League this evening.
He was given a chance to make amends five minutes later when Ryan Hall scored, and this time he made no mistake to add another two points.
Sinfield himself scored shortly after and converted the kick to give the home team a commanding lead.
Leeds continued to dominate after half time. First Rob Burrow scored on 43 minutes, then two minutes later Kallum Watkins added another. Sinfield was able to covert his kick on both occasions.
Weller Hauraki added a sixth try shortly after, with Sinfield again converting as Leeds took a 34-0 lead.
Watkins was able to go over for his second on 56 minutes and with Sinfield in good kicking form, the home side added six more points.
Barely two minutes later, Jamie Jones-Buchanan added another try for Leeds.
Luke Patten did manage to score a consolation try for Salford, with Daniel Holdsworth converting his kick.
Patten even added a second try minutes before the end, but even another Holdsworth conversion could not save this game and it was Leeds who took the points.