The Bolton News har vurdert spillerne etter 3-2 seieren hjemme mot Stevenage tirsdag 3. oktober.
Vurderingene er gjort av Chief Football Writer i The Bolton News, Marc Iles.
Had to keep his wits about him throughout and came to his team’s aid with a marvellous save from Forster-Caskey in the second half.
Not really a night for neat and tidy defending and while it didn’t all go according to plan the youngster grew in confidence as the game went on.
Won’t be happy that Reid worked his way through for the first goal – handball or not – but recovered well and defended stoutly thereafter.
There were a couple of nervy moments in the first 45 minutes but so many highlights elsewhere at both ends of the pitch. A worthy man of the match indeed.
Looked a really sound outlet when Wanderers got their football going – but, alas, it didn’t happen all that often.
Evatt turned to him for physicality in midfield and he gave it. Another booking, and sensibly checked his aggression a little after that.
Wonderful goal and an assist for Iredale’s header too. The Welshman is playing his best football at Bolton to date and looks in the mood.
Made plenty of raiding runs, often cutting in from the left to try and thread something through the middle. Didn’t all work out but worked hard.
Plenty of perspiration, not a massive amount of inspiration from the captain. Got into some good areas and didn’t get his shot away.
Mr Cool from the penalty spot again. Franny Lee would have liked his style. A couple of classy touches in build-up too.
Will have to brush off a bad night where nothing appeared to stick for him. Knows he has to win over the doubters – and will have to be better than this.
Subs: Jerome 5, 60 (for Nlundulu) – Horror start. Stronger finish.
Bodvarsson 82 (for Charles), Ashworth 86 (for Williams).