Trotters claim late win

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Bolton snatched their first points of the season after Gary Cahill netted a controversial winner a minute from time in the 3-2 win over Portsmouth.

Tamir Cohen fired the Trotters ahead after 13 minutes, only for Younes Kaboul to head Portsmouth level after 22 minutes. But a dubious Matthew Taylor penalty put Bolton back in front six minutes before the break.

Kevin-Prince Boateng struck Pompey's equaliser on his debut, but Cahill scored at the death to leave the home side without a point from five games.

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Younes Kaboul
Matthew Taylor
Bolton Wanderers
Kevin-Prince Boateng
Premier League
Tamir Cohen
Matthew Taylor
Gary Cahill
Charlton Athletic

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