Wigan made it a hat-trick of wins in a row in Super League at the DW Stadium on Friday night with a 22-16 success against the Catalan Dragons.
With the game locked at 16 all with two minutes left a sensational late try from Matty Bowen, his second of the game, edged Wigan ahead and ensured the Warriors win.
Speaking after the game Head Coach Shaun Wane admitted the win was a bit too close for comfort,
"We bombed a couple of tries and it could have quite easily been a 20 point win, fair play to them they came here and had a dig, they played the game very slow and were allowed to do so, they are a tough team to beat as it showed last week against Huddersfield. We weren't at our best but we found a way to win and we have to be satisfied with that."
On Bowen's winner Shaun added,
"He had a quiet game to be fair but to come up with that, it's what he has been doing for years at the Cowboys and it was an outstanding effort. It was close game, our completions were poor in the first half but the last 20 minutes in the second half showed what we could do and that got us the win."
Shaun confirmed that there were no fresh injuries from the game, next up Dewsbury on Friday in the Tetley's Challenge Cup.