Wigan coach Shaun Wane was disappointed not to hold Hull KR scoreless despite his side romping to a record 84-6 win over hapless Rovers.
The victory was the biggest for the Warriors since the inception of the Super League, but Wane admitted he was "gutted" that his side lost focus and conceded a try.
"Sometimes that happens, when everything goes right," Wane said. "I was pleased with our attack but I didn't know this was a record score. It was a great win and we scored some great tries.
"I'm disappointed to concede the six points. I don't mean to sound arrogant but I was gutted we didn't concentrate for their try.
"We looked after the players to make sure they were in good nick today. It's down to the mentality of the players and how they approach the game and that was outstanding. It's pleasing on the back of the St Helens win.
"I knew we were in the zone and I could tell in our team meeting the players were in a good place."
Rovers coach Craig Sandercock added: "Everything that could have gone right went right for Wigan and everything that could go wrong for us went wrong.
"The boys will learn a massive lesson in how to play rugby league. They named a full strength backline and we knew it would be tough. Everything they did turned to gold.
"We are extremely disappointed but we won't be letting this linger. We are extremely disappointed for our supporters."
Which team had the most impressive win from Super League round ten?