Salford Red Devils reach Super League Grand Final: Wigan Warriors 4-28 Salford Red Devils

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Salford Red Devils reached their first Super League Grand Final after upstaging five-time champions Wigan Warriors at the DW Stadium.
12 months the Red Devils have astounded the soccer league institution with St Helens at Old Trafford on Saturday October to book a meeting.
Ex-Wigan prop Gil Dudsons attempt helped put Salford 12-0 up .
Lee Mossop touched down to secure a famous win.
Samoa center Krisnan Inu and former New Zealand crucially contributed 16 points with the boot up with his composure in landing two early penalties establishing the Red Devils for one of Super Leagues most renowned upsets.
Dudsons first-half try and farther four-pointers from Joey Lussick and Mossop set the people on their way to Old Trafford just after the hour mark, with a French attempt for Wigan coming as a consolation attempt.
Greater than 20 miles separate the two clubs in Englands north west, but in terms of Super League pedigree theres a massive gap – Wigan being a perennial force and one of the sports best known nightclubs, while still Salford have flirted with relegation and fiscal troubles in the last few decades.
Salford have spent 2019 creating a mockery of their status.
They were expected to finish closer to the areas than the play-off spots, but surprised many and have gone on to establish a showdown with Saints on the showpiece occasion of Super League.
Wigan might have been the side more used to competing in large games, however a nervy start by the hosts was clinically exploited by a written Salford outfit, with Inu kicking two early penalties until Dudson rolled on the lineup to get the games first try after 14 seconds.
After, with playmaker Tommy Leuluai forced off the field and outside of this game with a head injury shortly later, it only got worse to the Warriors.
Wigans hopes of a fightback crushed, when Lussick squeezed around for the second try of Salford.
Much had been made of Jackson Hastings, Man and the Australian-born half-back of Steel favourite, facing his future employers.
And while he determined a outcome, it had been Salford captain Mossop – a Grand Final winner in 2013 with the Warriors – who capped story and an astounding result by hammering over for a campaign which amuses the Red Devils dominance.
Theyll become the team to look in a Super League Grand Final since it was introduced as the title-decider at 1998, and will face a St Helens side that ended 16 points clear of the rest in the end of the season.
Wigan Warriors: Hardaker; Marshall, Hankinson, Gildart Williams, Leuluai; Flower Partington, Isa, Farrell, OLoughlin.
Interchanges: Clubb, Byrne French.
Salford Red Devils: Evalds; Sio Bibby, Inu; Lolohea, Hastings; Mossop Dudson Griffin, McCarthy.
Interchanges: Flanagan, Lussick, Walker, Burke.
Referee: Ben Thaler
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