NEIL LENNON reckons the lack of firepower could cost Bolton in their bid for Championship survival.
“They had one shot in the second-half and it goes in the back of the net.
The hosts doubled their advantage when Antenucci curled a superb effort into the far corner after his initial cross was blocked.
Substitute Kaiyne Woolery gave Bolton hope when he fired in Dean Moxey’s cross, but Leeds held on to win.
Scottish gaffer Steve Evans was advised by the club’s chairman Massimo Cellino not to talk to the media following their 4-0 defeat by Brighton on Monday.
“Coming on top of our wins at Coventry and at home to Gillingham, I thought we had done just enough to win then, in the end, a controversial penalty-kick has cost us dearly.”
“You have to take those things on the chin – sometimes they get them right, sometimes they get them wrong – but it’s very frustrating when you lose like that.”
“John Fleck has gone to nick the ball and the boy’s put his foot there and gone over. I’m not saying it was the wrong decision – he hasn’t skipped past him and gone over a leg – but it just feels as if that’s the way things are going at the moment.
“I thought it might have been our day when that happened, but, unfortunately, it wasn’t to be.
“It was that sort of game and we’ve had games like that this season when we’ve won 1-0 and everything’s fine yet football is about results – we all know that – and at this moment we are struggling to get results.
“We didn’t create enough opportunities over the 90 minutes, but Armstrong, in particular, had some good strikes in the first-half and their keeper pulled off a couple of good saves.
“It was a disappointing day and we’re all pretty low at the moment.
“It would be strange if we weren’t, but we have to stick together and dig in, keep going and see what the next one brings.
“The team is working hard enough and they’re devastated at the moment, but we’ve got two more games next week so I’ll try to pick myself up first and when I’ve done that I’ll try to pick the lads up.
“They go through spells in their career when everything’s rosy, everybody’s telling them how great they are, and there are also times when they have to really dig deep and come out the other end of a tunnel.
“We all know football’s an emotional game and we’re emotional people. We want to do well for this city and the fans who have had things tough in the last few years.
“It’s disappointing to build up expectations and not finish that job, but we’ve still got an opportunity.
“They gave everything and just for a lack of quality in the box, we would have won.”
Caldwell’s side are in second spot, four points adrift of Burton who were held to a 1-1 draw at Crewe.