Freedman rues late leveller

Bolton boss Dougie Freedman was left frustrated after his side were held 1-1 by Derby at Pride Park

Last Updated: 20/02/13 at 10:05 Post Comment

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Richard Keogh's own goal in added time at the end of the first half sent Bolton into the break ahead only for Jamie Ward to head the home side level nine minutes from time

"It's a good point but maybe we're a bit disappointed after being in the lead," he said.

"We've let a lot of points go from winning positions this season.

"We tried to go two up top with the strikers and go toe-to-toe with Derby, and we were quite comfortable at 1-0 up. But Derby got a deserved equaliser, I must admit that.

"There's more in us. People might think this is a good result for Bolton, but it's not quite good enough for me."

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