It really did look like a Bolton team of old as once again, the whites fought back and stayed strong to get a very good result at home. The Whites (as they tend to do) conceded a very soft goal for Cardiff City to open the scoring but a (shockingly) good pair of substitutions from Dougie Freedman saw Bolton win it.
Even though Bolton had their first goal (very) wrongfully disallowed, they did not let their heads go down. David Ngog drew Bolton's penalty and Martin Petrov finished as cool as you like. Ngog then got the game-winner with a long-range effort that trickled through and into the back of the net. The match had a very nervy finish but Bolton Wanderers left the Reebok Stadium with all three points.
Bolton will have to keep the good work up on Tuesday as they welcome Leicester City to the Reebok. The Foxes are currently fourth in the Championship. This was also the first time in six games that Bolton conceded less than two goals. Movin' on up in the world/table.