Here's how Bolton News chief football writer Marc Iles rated the players:
Couple of question marks as the ball flashed across the box in the first half but generally sound in his first start since signing permanently.
A late inclusion in the line-up, the Poland international made every effort to get forward and join in attack.
Seems to have hit a shaky patch in a Wanderers shirt of late. Not looking quite as assured as he did early in the season.
Took his goal extremely well and was a constant threat in the opponents’ box. Looked solid in defence too – a good night’s work.
Not as comfortable in the middle as he would have been playing wing-back, and implicated in the Robins’ equaliser. Kept his head up, though.
Fought to get a foothold in the game after a fairly slow start. Put a great challenge in on Palmer which halted his effectiveness.
Wasn’t able to show too much on the ball but did not give the Bristol City defence space and time and linked up when required.
Struggled to contain the lively Kasey Palmer and allowed a few too many passes to go astray in his own half.
Announced himself on the game with a wonderful cross for the goal and by the second half was playing centrally and leading the charge. More please.
Frustrating night for the winger whose work-rate never comes into question but the final ball was a bit scattergun.
Worked hard and won plenty in the air. May feel he could have tested the keeper more with two headed opportunities, though.
Subs: Ameobi 6, 64 (for Pritchard), O’Neil 76 (for Murphy), Donaldson 84 (for Connell)
Not used: Williams, Taylor, Oztumer.
Bristol City: Fielding; DaSilva, Kalas, Wright, Baker; Morrell, Palmer, Elliasson, O’Dowda, Diedhiou
Subs:Brownhill 74 (for Palmer), Pisano 76 (for Baker), Kelly 83 (for Dasilva)
Not used: O’Leary, Weimann, Eisa, Paterson
Referee: Stuart Atwell 6/10
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