With an average age of just 18 years and 10 months, Bolton Wanderers got their first points of the season with a nil nil draw against Coventry City at the University of Bolton Stadium.
Rochdale were denied all three points after a 92nd minute equaliser from Doncaster Rovers ensured a share of the spoils.
Aaron Morley’s first professional game had given Dale the lead midway through the second-half, but Kieran Sadlier’s header in added time cruelly denied Dale a second win from their two opening games.
In the Championship Wigan Athletic suffered a disappointing 3-0 defeat at the hands of Preston North End on Saturday afternoon.
Goals from Sean Maguire, Louis Moult and Paul Gallagher saw the hosts run out comfortable winners on a wet and miserable afternoon for Paul Cook’s side.
Oldham’s coach understands work has to be done after seeing his side lose their opening home league game of the season.
Crewe Alexandra were the visitors at the weekend and a brace from former Latic Chris Porter was enough to come back and record their first points of the season.
Banide said; “The performance is not enough. We lost against a good team, with better technique and physique, so we must accept and if we want to exist in this league we must push our level because for the moment it’s not enough.”
Salford City fell to a first defeat of the season after losing 2-0 at Crawley Town on Saturday.
Bez Lubala’s first half penalty was added to shortly after the interval by Nathan Ferguson as Gabriele Cioffi’s side earned their first points.