Tigers break all-time record; ‘Embarrassing’ Eagles face footy world’s wrath: 3-2-1
West Coast’s trainwreck season has been sent even further off the rails by a Richmond side that feasted on its dejected opponent at Optus Stadium,
The Eagles were dominated from the opening bounce and for much of the match were scored against with alarming ease
Richmond recorded the most points from turnover in any first half since records started being recorded.
For the Tigers, Tom Lynch kicked six goals and had chances for several more, while Jayden Short looked brilliant in the midfield as part of several positional changes made by the coaching staff.
Jayden Short started at the centre bounce, a marked difference from his usual role patrolling the backline.
Jason Castagna kicked the first goal of the night, nailing a set shot from 35 metres out.
The Eagles responded via Luke Strnadica, who put through his first AFL goal, but it was quickly matched by the Tigers as Jack Riewoldt put through his first of the night.
Best available remaining players for the 49ers: Cam Jurgens, Jalen