Rugby League World Cup: How did the Wigan Warriors players perform statistically in the weekend's games?
Wigan Warriors had four players in Rugby League World Cup action during the second weekend of the tournament.
Here is how they performed statistically:
John Bateman (England V France):
The 29-year-old played the full 80 minutes in England’s 42-18 victory over France at the University of Bolton Stadium.
During the match he ran 130 metres and made two linebreak assists.
As well as this, he was involved in one of the tries, as he set up Elliott Whitehead’s third try of the tournament.
He also made a total of 44 tackles, but conceded one penalty.
Abbas Miski (Lebanon V Ireland):
The winger ran 159 metres in his 80 minutes on the pitch as Lebanon beat Ireland 32-14 at Leigh Sports Village.
He ran over for one try in the second half, completed one linebreak, and made three tackle breaks.
Toby King (Lebanon V Ireland):
The centre ran 93 metres in 80 minutes as Ireland were defeated by Lebanon.
He made two dummy half runs and four offloads.
With Lebanon producing a strong display, King had to work hard in defence, making 22 tackles.
Liam Byrne (Lebanon V Ireland):
Liam Byrne only managed 28 minutes against Lebanon, with his second stint on the pitch being cut short following a sin bin.
He ran 30 metres and made 21 tackles, but gave away two penalties and made two errors.