Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

Bolton All Agog after Ngog's Late Strike

Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

Bolton All Agog after Ngog's Late Strike

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BRIGHTON 1 BOLTON 1 EVEN Steve McQueen escaping on his motorbike would have been proud of this great escape.

Frenchman David Ngog struck an equaliser six minutes into five minutes of stoppage time!

At the other end, keeper Adam Bogdan and the woodwork staved off an embarrassing scoreline.

"We are ambitious and want to win every game," smiled Ngog. "But sometimes you have to be happy to take the draw."

Bolton should be happy to take a draw - their fourth in succession under new boss Dougie Freedman.

Three times Brighton struck the woodwork in the first half while Bogdan stopped a weak penalty from Ashley Barnes.

And while he couldn't keep out Bruno's 20-yard block buster, the Hungarian international made brilliant saves from Andre Orlandi and Will Hoskins.

"Adam has good quality and potential," agreed Ngog after his second goal in four games.

"He made some great saves. It was good for him and positive for the team.

"I knew this league was tough and there are times when we had to fight. …

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