McInnes Looks To The Positives.
Bristol City manager Derek McInnes says that he took something from the game against Bolton on Saturday at the Reebok Stadium even though his side threw away a two goal lead.
Things were going great for the visitors after storming into a 2-0 lead with two goals from Steven Davies, but when Chris Eagles pulled a goal back before the half time break, you could sense that City were in for a tough time in the second half.
Jay Spearing and Martin Petrov then completed the turnaround after the break, leaving McInnes and City wondering what happened to such a commanding lead.
McInnes said to reporters after the game: 'The two-goal lead that we had was no more than we deserved.
'We nullified a lot of good players that Bolton possess, I thought we made them very anxious and nervous and we had a real discipline, organisation and focus in that first period.
'We've been punished from a couple of midfield runs that we haven't done well enough to see off, but over the 90 minutes I thought we more than took part in the game against a good side.'
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