Bolton were pegged back on either side of halftime and went into the latter stages of the match down a goal. The club's captain, leader, legend, Kevin Davies, was the hero on the night with two goals from set pieces.
No one can really say that Bolton Wanderers deserved to walk out of the Reebok Stadium empty handed. The Trotters kept Leeds United for large portions (read: majority) of the match. Going 2-1 down thanks to a Luciano Becchio penalty kick just after the halftime break, Bolton were heading for their second home loss in as many games. Lucky for the men in white, the skipper, Kevin Davies, was up to the task and his brace saw Bolton get the point.
The result (depending on your point of view) seems to be enough to have held Owen Coyle's job off of the chopping block. We're not sure how much longer he has left or what the tipping point is for Bolton Wanderers. Until then, it's business as usual.
If you weren't able to see any of the match (because of course, there was no live video available), we wanted to give you a few visuals.