Bolton 2-2 Bristol: Jamie Paterson appears late to win the last gasp breath for Robins at the Macron

Jamie Paterson scored a goal in the 81st minute when Bristol City came from behind in Bolton

Jamie Paterson scored a goal in the 81st minute, while Bristol City rallied 2-0 to draw 2-2 with Bolton in the Sky Bet Championship.

Will Buckley and Josh Magennis scored three minutes and a half in the minute to put Phil Parkinson's team in a leading position at Bolton University Stadium.

But Andreas Weimann quickly scored a goal before Paterson completed the rescue action to give Lee Johnson's team their second draw of the new season.

Jamie Paterson scored a goal in the 81st minute when Bristol City came from behind in Bolton

Jamie Paterson scored a goal in the 81st minute when Bristol City came from behind in Bolton

Bolton, optimistic after his 2-1 success at West Brom on the opening weekend, will see this as two downs.

City, which now went 15 away matches in all competitions without winning, dominated possession in the first half.

But it took them 14 minutes to create a first chance, as Josh Brownhill fired just 25 yards.

Lloyd Kelly forced Ben Alnwick to make a first save after 21 minutes, while Niclas Eliasson was about to give City a deserved advantage with a free kick that marked the low shot of Alnwick.

There were ironic cheers when referee John Brooks gave Bolton a first free kick for Nathan Baker's challenge at Magennis, after 10 consecutive verdicts in favor of the Robins.

Will Buckley had scored one of Bolton's goals as they looked towards another victory

Will Buckley had scored one of Bolton's goals as they looked towards another victory

Will Buckley had scored one of Bolton's goals as they looked towards another victory

City created the first opportunity of the second period after only 49 seconds, but the effort of Callum O & # 39; Dowda with the left leg was easily surpassed by Alnwick.

The goalkeeper produced bigger stunts to take Weimann's strike by a corner minutes later.

Referee Brooks then booked Eliasson for diving when the clumsy challenge of Bolton team captain David Wheater was penalized.

After 57 minutes, Bolton finally forced a rescue from Niki Maenpaa, which led to the first goal.

Craig Noone's cross from the right eluded Magennis and Will Buckley, but advanced towards the goal until Maenpaa stepped in.

From the corner, Wheater's header was cleared by Marlon Pack, but Buckley fired in the rebound from five yards. The referee and line judge decided that the ball had crossed the line.

Three minutes later, Bolton doubled his lead after Josh Vela's quick free-kick picked Pawel Olkowski.

The midfielder caught the left side from the right before the striker turned to shoot at home from 12 yards for his second goal of the season.

The city returned the blow after 64 minutes while Weimann scored his goal in the 1-1 draw against Nottingham Forest.

Pack's pass to Weimann overcame the offside trap and former Aston Villa and Derby punched a low corner shot from 12 yards.

And City completed a deserved comeback when Paterson made a great touchdown from the edge of the area to end a fine-style counterattack.

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