We made bad decisions, says unhappy boss
NOTTS County boss Kevin Nolan blamed defensive errors for his side’s 3-2 defeat at Cambridge United as Barry Corr snatched a last-minute winner.
The Magpies were a goal up at the break after Enzio Boldewijn scored his first goal for the club with a peach of a strike from 30 yards.
But Notts surrendered their advantage when Shaun Brisley and Ross Fitzsimons got into a horrible mix-up allowing Ade Azeez to equalise.
The Magpies then fell asleep from a quick free-kick which allowed Azeez to score his second of the game until Richard Duffy equalised with a header.
Kane Hemmings then wasted a glorious chance to make it 3-2 at the death and Notts paid the price when Corr headed in a corner.
And Nolan said Notts only had themselves to blame.
“You can’t defend and give goals away like that and expect to win games,” he said.
“We’ve scored two goals away from home and should have scored a couple more but for some big misses.
“But I thought we were really, really, poor in the goals we conceded.
“I am very disappointed in that. We made the wrong decisions.”
Notts County manager Kevin Nolan