Hull FC star Josh Griffin was left frustrated by the his side’s disappointing second half performance, despite his side securing a 35-22 win over London.
The Black and Whites were running hot in the opening 40 minutes and took a 34-0 lead into half time, but the inconsistency that has plagued their season to date was there for all to see in the second half, with a tenacious Broncos side outscoring Hull 22-1 in a half littered with errors from the hosts.
Speaking after the game, Griffin made no excuses, accusing his side of complacency and insisted that big improvements were needed.
“It’s the story of our season so far,” he told reporters.
“First half we looked like the best team in the world and then the second half the worst, we went in at half time with a big lead and probably put the cue on the rack and you can’t do that against London.”
“They’re an 80 minute team and we saw that in the second half. Our coach was worried about that at half time and unfortunately we’ve let him down so we’ll have to go away and assess that and make sure it doesn’t happen again.
“For us to be challenging at the end of the year we need to sort that out,” he added.