World News – GB – Evatt believes Bolton Wanderers’ return to Barrow could be a defining factor of the season


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The Whites appeared to be heading for a fifth loss in seven games after failing to turn their second-half dominance into a goal at Holker Street

Peter Kioso and Eoin Doyle had twice reinstated Evatt’s side in the game, but with time running out Sarcevic’s late training saved a result that sparked scenes of unbridled glee on the bench. by Bolton

And the head coach believes that the fact that his players fought to the end shows they can silence doubts about their promotion qualifications, which have increased in recent weeks.

« I said at halftime, and that’s the god’s honest truth, you can talk to any of the players, I said this second half will define who we are and where we’re going, and it will be, « Evatt said after the game

« The fact that we scored that way and continued and controlled most of the second half, if not all, showed me that they were in the right headspace and that they wanted it For the first time, I saw they really wanted to. We just need to start the games better.  »

While the Wanderers’ return was well deserved in the end, their first-half defense left a lot to be desired.

Old Chris Taylor, Mike Jones and Dior Angus had clinched a 3-1 lead that could have been extended to four when Taylor failed to convert a decent chance from the edge of the penalty area after Billy Crellin was surprised

Evatt agrees his side cannot continue to score first goals – with four of 11 conceded this season in the opening 30 minutes

He challenged Barrow’s third, claiming Dior was offside, but admitted there had to be a shift in focus from the opening whistle

« The start was not good enough, then we get back into the game and we dominate 2-1, then the decision was appalling but for me it’s the mentality, » he said.

« So far this season we haven’t grabbed the bull by the horns and let the opponent into the game before we go It has happened many times, it has happened on Saturday and it has happened on other occasions

« We have to start games the way we end them It shouldn’t require the opposition to score before we get angry and play angry, we have to play angry from the first minute and when we start doing that, we will win constantly because i think we are good and we are improving »

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