Jack Riewoldt bags five goals as the Tigers continue their excellent form.
The Richmond Tigers have secured their best start to an AFL season since 1995, after they dispatched of the Western Bulldogs by 67 points at the MCG.
Brett Deledio set the tone for the Tigers’ day after spearing through a goal from 65 metres out in the first 11 seconds of the game.
From there the in-form Tigers were never headed as they led at every change to win 20.15 (135) to 10.8 (68).
Dustin Martin’s zip and conviction provided the stimulus for the Tigers, as he collected 35 touches and kicked two goals. Trent Cotchin ran his shadow Nick Lower into the ground as he amassed 36 disposals.
The Bulldogs struggled with the weight of possesion against them, with the Tigers earning winning the inside 50 battle considerably, 62-39.
Deledio also was impressive in collecting 27 disposals and kicking three majors.
Check out the highlights of the clash below: