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Scunthorpe United boss 'disappointed' with penalty decision which 'changed' Bolton Wanderers match

Bolton's second to secure the three points.The win has lifted Bolton up to ninth in League Two and just a point from the play-offs, while they have extended their unbeaten run to six matches.The game meant Scunthorpe's four match winning run came to an end - and Cox felt the decision in the first half which led to Wanderers taking the lead was 'never a penalty'.

He told iFollow Iron: "I know we've lost the game 2-0 but yet again a refereeing decision goes against us. I know they had lots of possession but that's never a penalty. "JB kicks the ball and the lad doesn't even get touched.

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