The Bolton boss Neil Lennon is of the view that last weekend’s game versus Nottingham Forest should have gone in the favour of his boys as they were on top for almost the entire duration.
According to Lennon, David Vaughan’s opener which took Forest 1-0 up was just a piece of wonder and barring that, it was all Bolton’s game.
Post the game, the press quoted Lennon as saying, “Sometimes, you come across individual brilliances and today I think that was the case, but, to respond in that manner and to level it up at the end, it was just brilliant.”
“If you ask me, I would say we dominated the game and had we been slightly lucky, we would have added three points to our tally. We kept them in check all through. Barring a couple of counter attacks, they couldn’t do anything much.”
“You would like to give some credit to them as well for hanging in there, but, from our point of view, with the effort that we put in today, a win would have been more fitting for us.”
“Watching the game from the sidelines, it was hard to tell it’s the team which is 23 at the moment.”
In their next game this Saturday, Bolton will now take on the Wolves at the Macron Stadium.
Bolton is one of the 4 teams which are without a win thus far in the 2015-16 Championships.
Out of their 5 games, 3 have been draws, while, a couple have been loses. They are only ahead of Rotherham United in terms of points.
Bolton had not had a wonderful campaign last season either in the second tier of English Football.
They had finished 18th with 51 points which was disappointing by their standards.