Lolohea’s distress with the boot continued within the forty ninth minute when he didn’t convert a penalty.
A crossfield kick by Cust then compelled McGillvary right into a goal-line drop-out, however because the hour mark approached, Wigan ahead Smithies conceded a expensive penalty.
Smithies, having escaped punishment for an earlier excessive shot on Joe Greenwood, caught Leutele with an analogous problem.
Referee James Child opted to not sinbin Smithies, a lot to the anger of the Huddersfield followers, however from the resultant penalty the Giants labored the ball out to the suitable flank.
Centre Leroy Cudjoe’s pleasant offload discovered team-mate McGillvary and he pounced to attain within the nook.
Once once more, Lolohea faltered with the boot, leaving him with one purpose from 5 makes an attempt and the scores finely poised at 14-12 in Huddersfield’s favour.
It was a bonus they might not defend as Wigan, regardless of dropping Cust to an elbow damage, prevailed when Marshall’s predatory end from Smith’s luxurious kick delivered the killer blow.
Huddersfield boss Watson, who misplaced his third consecutive main remaining as a head coach, stated: “I thought we were the better team for large parts and that’s what hurts.”
Huddersfield Giants: Lolohea; McGillvary, Cudjoe, Leutele, Senior; Cogger, Russell; Hill, Levi, Wilson, Jones, McQueen, Yates; Interchange: English, Greenwood, Trout, Golding
Wigan Warriors: Field; French, Thornley, Bibby, Marshall; Cust, Smith; Singleton, O’Neill, Byrne, Farrell, Bateman, Smithies; Interchange: Leuluai, Mago, Ellis, Havard
Referee: James Child