Hull boss Lee Radford was satisfied to pick up a point from Saturday’s visit to Warrington Wolves, despite seeing his team blow a 16-point lead.
The visitors led 20-4 late in the first half, but Warrington fought back to claim a 22-22 draw and secure their first point of the season.
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“At the end it was a point gained – it was a really bizarre game,” said Radford.
“I was over the moon with the lead we built up, but in the second period we very much went into our shells and ended up hanging on for dear life.
“It was very similar to last week and we’re going to have to address that really sharp. We can’t build a lead up and hand it back to the opposition.
“We expected a desperate Warrington and they didn’t disappoint. We’ve only lost once this year and we’re not playing particularly great.
“I just hope we start playing great soon. We looked flat.”