Wigan Athletic have bagged SEVEN goals in their Championship game against Hull in what has been one of the biggest first half thrashings in English football history.
No Wigan fan will have wanted that half to end at the DW Stadium after Paul Cook’s boys made Grant McCann’s half-time team talk almost redundant.
What do you say to a team who just let SEVEN goals past them in 45 minutes?
It was Joe Williams who made it 7-0 just on the stroke of half time, and as you can imagine, it has sent Twitter into chaos.
This game is well on its way to becoming the highest scoring in Championship history as it currently sits just three goals distance from Aston Villa and Nottingham Forest’s 10-goal barnstormer in November 2018.
Remember when you played football at school and the opposition’s teacher would suggest finishing at half-time?
Maybe Hull should do that.