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 Posted by ESPN Staff
Jul 25, 2006

Bolton come from behind to draw at Rangers

Rangers 1-1 Bolton

Bolton came from behind to claim a 1-1 draw against Rangers in the behind-closed-doors friendly at Murray Park.

The Light Blues had claimed first blood in the eighth minute of the game when Croatia striker Dado Prso scored.

But Bolton striker Kevin Davies was on hand to hit the equaliser early in the second period at Rangers' training complex.

Gers goalkeeper Lionel Letizi had started the move for the opener, bowling the ball out to Nacho Novo down the left flank.

The Spaniard whipped in a dangerous cross from the byline which Prso controlled before firing home.

But, six minutes after the interval, the Premiership side were back on level terms.

Former Southampton and Blackburn forward Davies judged an El-Hadji Diouf cross perfectly and headed powerfully past Rangers substitute goalkeeper Allan McGregor.

Rangers midfielder Gavin Rae denied Bolton a winner in the 67th minute when he headed a Diouf strike off the line.