WANDERERS (3-5-2).


Had to fish the ball out of his net three times but didn’t do much wrong on the night. Never had to produce any of the magic he did in the first leg.


Other than being bulldozed by Cosgrove for the first goal, this was one of his best performances of the campaign. Got forward, used the ball well.


Considering how well he’d played in the first game, his errors in this one were a real surprise. Won lots in the air but needed to be more sensible.


Came up with the goods just before half time and defended his penalty box well on the night. Stayed strong towards the end when Barnsley pressed.


His pace was a constant worry for Josh Earl and he worked the right flank well with Maghoma and Jones for most of the game.


Maybe guilty of over-playing towards the end, leading to Barnsley’s third. Before half time he looked like the best player on the park.


Kept the ball as well as anyone for the first 50 minutes or so but his influence on the game waned the later it went.


Never wanted for effort but his decision-making on the day could definitely have improved. Not taking the shot on just before Barnsley’s third was a big turning point.


Like Dacres-Cogley, his pace just always kept the visitors on their toes. Has had a couple of big games for Bolton in the play-offs.


Had a couple of half-chances but couldn’t get quite as involved as he did in the first game. Never stopped chasing, though.


Produced a moment of magic which sent the stadium into raptures. His movement on the night was first class.

Subs: Dempsey 75 (for Maghoma), Adeboyejo 80 (for Charles), Jerome 80 (for Collins), Morley 84 (for Sheehan).

Not used: Coleman, Iredale, Ogbeta.

MAN OF THE MATCH – Randell Williams.

Had Barnsley running scared down the left and the beating of O’Keefe. Playing with a lot of confidence at the moment.

MOAN OF THE MATCH – Game management in the second half was virtually non-existent until the arrival of Cameron Jerome and Victor Adeboyejo off the bench.

MAGIC MOMENT – From start to finish the Bolton fans did their club proud. As good an atmosphere as there has been in the last decade.

Barnsley (3-5-2): Roberts; J Williams, Gevigney, Earl; O’Keefe, Phillips, Kane, Cadden; McAtee, Cosgrove.

Subs: Grant 62 (for Cadden), Cotter 62 (for Kane), Cole 62 (for McAtee) Not used: Killip, Russell, Jalo, McCart.

Referee: Ollie Langford 8/10 – Wasn’t taking any nonsense from either side and kept the game under control. Have to give him credit.

Attendance: 24,518.