Portsmouth 2-3 Bolton Wanderers
Tamir Cohen fired the Trotters ahead in Saturday’s Premier League clash at Fratton Park after 13 minutes, only for Younes Kaboul to head
Matthew Taylor’s penalty put
Kevin-Prince Boateng then struck an equaliser on his
After an uninspiring opening,
He sliced his effort wide of the near post, but Cohen made no mistake two minutes later.
The Trotters hitman was sent clean through by an excellent Steinsson pass from the right corner of the box, and rifled the ball into the top corner.
O’Hara lofted in a superb corner from the right and Younes Kaboul hung in the air before he nodded the ball across Jussi Jaaskelainen.
Kaboul should have scored again three minutes later from another superb O’Hara corner to the back post, but he headed just wide.
The Fratton Park faithful were then left fuming on 41 minutes after referee Chris Foy gave
Trotters skipper Kevin Davies raced at speed into the
Foy pointed to the spot and Taylor stepped up, sent James the wrong way and slotted the penalty to the England international’s right.
Foy waved their calls away but the locals were celebrating after 63 minutes, when Boateng put their side level.
Nadir Belhadj’s ball from the left fell to O’Hara, whose shot was blocked, but Boateng was quickly on to the rebound and sidefooted home from 10 yards out.
The Trotters made up for that when they left