Salford charged two players against Leeds and took a large number of penalties in the second half. “It’s a simple lack of respect for the game, the ball, the referee,” head coach Marshall said.
Last updated: 23/07/21 23:42 pm
Richard Marshall has accused his team of misbehavior after Salford beat the Red Devils 38-10 by Leeds Rhinos in Emerald Hedingley.
The Rhinos ran in six attempts and Salford sent two players into the penalty box, which became a one-sided match in the Super League on Sunday.
Leeds went 20-0 in the long run and despite the visitors scoring three goals in the second half, the hosts never looked uneasy.
Liming is again helping Leeds to get Salford out
The double from Cruz Liming helped Leeds beat Selford at Hedingley in the Betfred Super League 38-16.
Salford turned Tui Loloha yellow for the outcry and then Seb Ikahifo was also found guilty after running into the match and the Red Devils left only 11 players on the field.
“Our discipline cost us – that’s what happened,” Marshall said, and his side also avoided a large amount of fines in the second half.
“We did it against Leeds three weeks ago and did it again. It’s a simple disrespect to the game, the ball, for the referee.
“I’ve never seen a judge change his mind when someone responds – it never happens. So we have to be responsible for that.
The best teams in the race have real strong discipline. We are at the bottom of the table, or about enough, and we need to be better in that direction.
Salford head coach Richard Marshall
“As a head coach, I have to make sure my brothers go out there and say‘ yes sir, no sir, three bags full of sir ’- that’s how it should be.
“The best teams in the competition have a really strong discipline. We are at the bottom of the table or almost enough and we need to be better in that direction.”
Center Harry Newman opened the scoring and Cruz Liming crossed twice, with further attempts from Callum McLeland, King Vuniayava and Matt Prior and seven goals from Reese Martin. Salford’s efforts came from Ken Sio, Loloeya and Krisnan Inu, who turned two.
Newman, who recently returned from a 10-month stint with a broken leg, crossed early and was involved in several other attempts.
We had a good energy about us in the first half and I thought people played this role.
Leeds head coach Richard If
“Harry gives electricity when he touches the ball,” Rhinos head coach Richard Agar said of the 21-year-old.
“She’s not back to her best yet and I’m sure maybe until a while we’ll see her at her peak. But still she’s so threatening, will she come back with her foot, with her first ball against the grain?” , he is very strong and fast.
“It’s great to see him on the scoreboard and I think last week brought him a good world. It wasn’t a great game of ours against the Catalans, but for him it was a game that went through a long time of play, even coming into this game tonight. , she said, how much better she felt.
“She’s still doing fitness matches, but we’ll get her there.”
Had also praised the impact of the Hedingley crowd, which was attended by more than 10,000 fans.
“We had a good energy about us in the first half and I thought people played that role,” Agar said. “We were really solid in the first half of the game. We had some great attempts.
“Cruz Liming was amazing in some of his work, but then canceled some with some unusual mistakes. But 20-0 at work time was a good value for us.”
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