Fulham midfielder Kevin McDonald has described Bolton's goal at Craven Cottage as 'embarrassing' for his side.
The goal came as a result of a long punt forward from goalkeeper Ben Alnwick, which somehow found it's way to Sammy Ameobi who simply had to lose his man and fire home to give the Trotters the lead.
Speaking after the game, McDonald said his side simply can't defend like that if they want to get promoted.
He said: "The goal was pathetic, it was embarrassing to let a goal in like that, you can't do it.
"We're trying to get promoted and we're letting in goals like that, it's not acceptable and everyone of us realises that, but on the other side we had enough chances to win three games and came out with a draw.
"I think performance-wise it wasn't the best but we had so much possession of the ball and so many chances, but we say the same things every week. We can't keep saying the same things, but we dictated play.
"It's another disappointing day at the Cottage and we've got to pick ourselves up massively for Tuesday."