First things first, no one from the defense is eligible for this award. If you concede 4 goals, you're not getting Man of the match. I don't care how many good saves Andy Lonergan made, or how strong Tim Ream was on the left side. 4 goals allowed, you are out of the discussion. That said, let's focus on the players who are deserving of consideration.
We did score three goals, and create several more chances along the way. That means we can focus on the attacking threats for Bolton Wanderers. Let's start at the front:
Adam Le Fondre: This is looking like a very good signing by Neil Lennon, even if it is only on a loan. Le Fondre has scored two goals in four matches for Bolton so far, which is pretty good considering the scoring records of our other strikers. Some will focus on the misses against Watford FC, but I look at that as a positive as well. He had a shot cleared off the line, another deflected wide, and another well-saved. That is how a goal-scorer misses. Jermaine Beckford would have ballooned one over the bar and not even got shots off on the other two.
Zach Clough: The 19-year-old has been very impressive in his young career. His two goals on Saturday give him five in five starts (plus one appearance from the bench). Both goals were very well taken, and he played a big role in creating chances for his teammates, particularly Adam le Fondre.
Liam Feeney: Feeney has been exasperatingly inconsistent of this whole career, looking unstoppable one minute and carelessly uninvolved the next, often on the same attack. But for the last couple of matches, he has been phenomenal, particularly when playing on the left. Saturday was no different, as his passing led to all three Bolton goals.
For me, it's Zach Clough who gets the honor, and the others are not particularly close. What about you, dear readers? Vote below on your MOTM, and then explain yourself in the comments!