Bridcutt featured for Forest in the Championship game against Bolton at the City Ground on Saturday afternoon.
The 28-year-old former Leeds United defensive midfielder started the match and played for the entire 90 minutes, as Mark Warburton’s side won 3-2.
Forest fans have taken to Twitter to give their reaction to the performance of Bridcutt against Bolton at the City Ground in the Championship on Saturday afternoon.
Below are some of the best comments:
Spot on. Bridcutt did exactly what he was supposed to do. #nffc— David Watchorn (@Grantham46) December 10, 2017
He’s absolutely useless, absolute donkey. Vaughan is 10x the player he is, even Cohen could take that holding mid place comfortably ahead of him. Needs selling ASAP.— Matt (@matt_sudbury) December 10, 2017
Hate being negative, but what does Bridcutt bring to the team apart from walking about and pointing? #NFFC— James Taylor (@jamesiantaylor) December 10, 2017
He's becoming that McKenna type player. In the ref's face. We've needed that type of player for years. #nffc— Simon Eaton (@Simon_eaton1) December 10, 2017
Good win for #NFFC today - thought Worrall took his goal well and Bridcutt settling in well— Jon Gee (@therealgeejon) December 9, 2017
Some great tackles, but some shocking passing as well.....average at best....it's a good job we won or the team would have been blasted by most on here— craig foster (@bizhubboy) December 9, 2017
Just done the highlights of #NFFC - Walker and Bridcutt looked awesome— Matt Davies (@MattDaviesFC) December 9, 2017
Not The Excepted Result Today— NFFC4EVER (@cookenffc) December 9, 2017
But Every Win Counts.Bridcutt Was Outstanding Today. #NFFC
I thought he was poor. Different views I suppose. I like Vaughan better passer reads game better. Shame he isn’t 24 not 34— Pat O'Hara (@PatoharaPat) December 9, 2017
Though he was diabolical— ᎶᎪᏃ △⃒⃘ (@NffcgazTaylor) December 9, 2017
Over the course of the 90 minutes at the City Ground on Saturday afternoon, hosts Forest had 50% of the possession, took eight shots of which four were on target, and earned five corners, according to BBC Sport.
The win against Bolton means that Forest are now 11th in the Championship table with 30 points from 21 matches, seven points behind sixth-placed Sheffield United.