Wigan Warriors extend their winning run over Salford City Reds with an eight-try demolition.
Wigan Warriors have returned to winning ways by claiming an eight-try demolition win over Salford City Reds.
Former Reds centre Darrell Goulding began the rout with a double in the opening 16 minutes.
Despite their inability to defend, Salford looked assured in possession and hit back with two tries of their own through Australian stand-off Daniel Holdsworth and winger Danny Williams.
Full-back Sam Tomkins claimed a double, while Liam Farrell, George Carmont, Matthew Russell and joint Super League leading try-scorer Josh Charnley also got in on the act.
Luke Patten and Jordan James ploughed over for the hosts late on but it was too little too late.
Wigan have now recorded 12 consecutive wins against Salford.
Result: Bradford 38-18 Salford >