Salford coach Iestyn Harris felt that lack of discipline, especially in defence, cost his team.
“Warrington are an an exceptionally good side and we needed to have belief,” he said.
“We created six or seven clear-cut chances but didn’t take any of them.
“Defensively we were sitting very comfortably for large parts of the game but clocked off and you can’t do that.
“Adam Walne nearly scored a try and if we had scored then it would have given us belief. We also lacked discipline at times.”