Catalan boss criticises 'disgusting? performance
Catalans Dragons boss Trent Robinson has described his team's performance in their 34-30 defeat to Salford on Friday as 'disgusting'.
The French side led the game 20-0 in the first half and at one point were playing against just 11 men after both Daniel Holdsworth and Vinnie Anderson were sin-binned for dissent.
However, the Reds came back strongly after the interval, with Sean Gleeson, Jodie Broughton and Luke Patten all touching down to give Phil Veivers' side a superb win.
The Dragons went into the game on the back of three successive victories, but were brought back down to earth with a bang and Robinson is looking for answers.
"It's disgusting and was disgusting to watch. It can't be acceptable for any team to play like that and especially not the Dragons," he said. "It was embarrassing and there was a lack of effort. You can't play like that and it's unacceptable to play that way in Super League.
"There are a lot of players in that dressing room tonight that we can't accept for them to play like that."