Bolton boss Lennon criticises defence and keeper Ben Amos

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first_img​Bolton boss Neil Lennon accused his team of being “mentally fragile” and was also critical of goalkeeper Ben Amos after the 4-3 defeat at QPR.Wanderers were two up and then seemed to have rescued a point when Wellington Silva equalised, but Jay Emmanuel-Thomas scored a late winner for the hosts.“It’s not good enough. Defensively we allowed too many headers, didn’t stop crosses and were slack with the ball,” said Lennon.“After going a goal down we created very good chances, scored a very good goal and then with 30 seconds left we can’t see the game out – that’s my frustration.“Why we can’t see the game out I don’t know. We’re mentally fragile I think. I’m fed up ​of ​talking about it.“The goalkeeper has got to look at his performance as well. He’s an excellent young keeper and we’ve got high hopes for him, but for the second goal he should have done a lot better.“For the fourth goal, I know it’s gone into the corner but I think that was saveable.“We’re fit enough and physically they’re fine, but mentally I think they’re fatigued at times.“We don’t defend well enough. If we continue to concede goals like that we’ll be in trouble.”​Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img

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