Keith Andrews has been voted as Bolton's Man of the Match in Saturday's 5-4 defeat at Peterborough United.
Andrews netted his first and second goals for the Trotters in the defeat at London Road, with both strikes coming from the penalty spot - one in each half.
The Republic of Ireland international came close to completing a hat-trick in the final quarter of the game and has been rewarded for being a bright spark in an otherwise humiliating afternoon for Dougie Freedman's side.
Andrews was voted Man of the Match, with little over 25% of the vote, while Adam Bogdan and substitute Benik Afobe finished the poll in second and third, respectively.
Below are the full results of our poll:
25.61% - Keith Andrews
15.85% - Adam Bogdan
14.63% - Benik Afobe
13.41% - Martin Petrov
13.41% - Marvin Sordell
9.76% - Zat Knight
2.44% - Chris Eagles
2.44% - Jay Spearing
2.44% - Stephen Warnock
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