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WANDERERS earned a hard-fought 1-0 victory against Derby County thanks to Craig Noones 10th minute header on a dramatic day at the University of Bolton Stadium.
There were no shortage of excellent performances in Phil Parkinsons side, but who came out on top? Marc Iles gives his thoughts.
Share Share MOTM: Bolton Wanderers 1 – 0 Derby County – Jack Hobbs tweet share Reddit Pocket Flipboard Email Photo by Nathan Stirk/Getty Images On a day when Bolton Wanderers showed their unwavering support for former team-mate Stephen Darby, the Whites dismissed United conquering Derby County with a terrific team performance, halting a run of 5 games without a win.
REMI MATTHEWS…7.5 In for the injured Alnwick, Matthews came up with the goods when his team really needed it at the end, saving from Mount. Played a part in the goal, too.
Scoring so early, it was imperative that we stood firm defensively, and another accomplished 90 minutes, soaking up long spells of pressure at times, ensured for the second week in a row, the mighty Wanderers kept a clean sheet and limited the opposition to very few chances. This was a solid team effort, in which everyone played their part,
Stephen Darby celebrates with Bolton goalscorer Craig Noone after Motor Neurone Disease diagnosis
The Derby County boss felt Bolton Wanderers should have been a man light in their Championship clash yesterday
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