Neil Lennon has admitted to being left feeling 'frustrated and angry' by Bolton Wanderers' late collapse at Queens Park Rangers.
After seeing his side initially throw away a two-goal lead at Loftus Road, Lennon was quick to criticise his players for the way in which they failed to see the game through.
"I'm angry and I'm frustrated," he is quoted as saying by BBC Sport. "It's just three goals away from home you expect to get something from the game, at least a point and we've come away with nothing. With 30 seconds to go, again, I don't understand why we're not seeing things out."
Lennon also hit out at referee Darren Drysdale, whose performance he described as an "absolute disgrace" in Saturday afternoon's Championship clash.
Bolton remain inside the bottom three following the defeat in West London.