Josh Charnley scores two tries but it's not enough as Wigan Warriors lose 36-14 to Sydney Roosters in the World Club Challenge.
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Wigan Warriors are on their way back to the North West this morning, after losing the World Club Challenge in Australia. Sydney was flooded with Wiganers who'd travelled over for Saturday's game.
The Warriors lots to the Sydney Roosters by 36 points to 14.
As Wigan's 'Cherry and White Army' takes to the streets of Sydney, the players look back at former glory moments in hope to inspire yet another milestone victory for the club.
After dominating in Europe, Wigan want to become the best team in the world.
Standing in their way of taking that title though are the Sydney Roosters who they face in the World Club Challenge.
It's the first time in twenty years that the clash of the champions has been held in Australia.
The Warriors maybe playing away from home but as our Sport Correspondent Chris Hall has been finding out they've got plenty of support down under.