Wanderers returned to the UniBol with an emphatic 3-0 win against Wycombe, but which players stood out?
Couldn’t give the goalkeeper a higher score simply because he had so little to do thanks to a solid display by the defence in front of him. Again showed his ability to start a counter-attack with clever distribution.
Defended well and looked bright on the overlap when the opportunity to get forward provided itself. Early days but looks like an exciting partnership is brewing with Bradley on the right of defence.
Dominant display by the Bolton skipper, who won countless headers against a Wycombe side who look to put crosses into the box at every opportunity. Good luck to any strikers who try to run at him one-v-one!
Another bright showing from the young defender, who seems to be reaping the rewards of his hard work in the gym over the summer against physical attackers. Also loves getting forward and joining the attack at times.
Another promising showing from the Liverpool loanee, who did well to create the opening goal with a brilliant run. Loves getting forward at every opportunity and also isn’t afraid to put in a tackle when needed.
Solid display by the Welshman against a side that posed a physical threat. His role isn’t always glamorous, but it allows the likes of Kyle Dempsey and Aaron Morley to push forward and create chances in the final third.
Another impressive performance from the youngster, who showed composure to slot past Tyla Dickinson on the stroke of half-time. You could be mistaken for thinking he had years of League One experience under his belt.
Very promising debut for the former Cambridge man, who looked lively going forward and also defended well when called upon. Ian Evatt now has a big selection headache over the left-wing back spot.
The midfielder has had a tough start to his Bolton career due to a series of niggles but showed what he is capable of with a superb display against the Chairboys. Took his goals well and also played a big role in Wanderers’ attacking play with his tireless running in behind.
A reminder of just how good the former West Ham is, particularly when driving at defenders. He showed quality throughout, including a sublime assist for Morley, and was unlucky not to get on the scoresheet himself.
Made a positive impact on his return to the side, causing the Wycombe defence problems with his physicality. On another day, might have ended up with a couple of goals for his hard work.
Subs: Bodvarsson 70 for Bakayoko
Sadlier 81 for Bradley
Kachunga 81 for Afolayan
Thomason 89 for Dempsey
WYCOMBE (4-2-3-1): Dickinson, Wheeler, Grimmer, Tafazolli, Obita, Gape, Scowen, McCleary, Mehmeti, Wing, Vokes
Subs: De Barr 69 (for Wing), Horgan 69 (for Mehmeti), Freeman 76 (for Gape), Mellor 86 (for Vokes)
Referee: Ben Toner
Attendance: 17,417 (416).
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