Moritz scored one goal and laid on another in front of proud parents who had flown in from South America a day before.
“Andre was a level above anything else I saw with his composure,” said appreciative Freedman.
“I thought a few of them worked hard but Andre linked it all; midfield to attack.
“I know how good he is,” added Freedman of his former Crystal Palace player. “And you are just starting to see glimpses of him.”
Moritz’s appearances have been limited due to injury since his summer move from Selhurst Park.
But this was a timely moment to show Bolton fans what they’d been missing.
“My start here wasn’t the best because I got two injuries in a row, I was gutted,” he admitted after setting up Joe Mason for Bolton’s first and netting Wanderers’ second before half-time..
“I am just happy to be back and to help my team mates. But I am sure I can be much better than that.”