Bolton play out draw in Eindhoven

Bolton made nine changes from their midweek win over Den Bosch as they drew 2-2 with FC Eindhoven at the Jan Louwers Stadium on Friday night.

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Before the game, tributes were paid to Sir Bobby Robson, former manager of FC Eindhoven's city rivals PSV, who passed away on Friday morning.

Gary Megson made nine changes for the game, with only Jlloyd Samuel and Mark Davies keeping their places from the side that beat Den Bosch.

The Whites took the lead in the 44th minute when Kevin Davies struck from the spot in the 44th minute but Selmo Kurbegovic levelled matters midway through the second half.

Tamir Cohen broke through the Eindhoven defence with 11 minutes remaining to put Megson's side back ahead but Rob van Boekel grabbed a second equaliser before Cohen was sent off in the final minute for a bad challenge.

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