Bolton’s great escape- Wanderers stay in Championship after beating Forest

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At 85 minutes, it was looking pretty glum for Bolton Wanderers fans at the Macron Stadium, with the club losing 2-1 to Nottingham Forest and seemingly on the verge of relegation to League One. Hope Akpan’s stunner at Deepdale had put Burton Albion on level terms against Preston, with the Brewers set to stay in the Championship.

Then, in the course of two minutes, it all changed. Bolton somehow found a way to score twice- first through David Wheater, and then through Aaron Wilbraham, who had copped a fair bit of flak from the fans but ended up scoring what will go down as one of the most important goals in the history of the club.

Bolton were safe- we’ll now have Preston, Bolton, Blackburn and Wigan in the SAME league next season, and brave Burton were relegated to the third tier.

Check all the action from that dramatic game below!

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Brighton 1-0 Manchester United | Gross goal guides Albion to safety

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Brighton and Hove Albion assured themselves of a spot in the 2018/19 Premier League season after Pascal Gross’ second half goal gave them victory over Manchester United at the American Express Stadium.

Gross has been as integral to Brighton this season as Mo Salah has been to Liverpool’s and it was his header, awarded despite the best efforts of Marcos Rojo on the line, that separated the two teams at the final whistle. It was also Brighton’s first win in seven games at home and confirmed their top flight status for another season.

For United it was a disappointing performances with the likes of Rashford and Martial well below par despite starting this game. It didn’t feel like they were playing for the right to be in a Cup final side- there was one fantastic chance in the first half when all Rashford had to do was to square it to the unmarked Martial, but the youngster chose to go for glory himself and Albion were able to shut him down. David de Gea also made a fantastic save from a speculative Glen Murray effort.

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Video Pablo Hernandez Celebration Fail- Leeds 2-1 Bolton 2018

Leeds ended a four game winless run across all competitions with this 2-1 win over Bolton Wanderers earlier today afternoon. Pablo Hernandez set up the first for Caleb Ekuban in the fourth minute and then doubled LUFC”s advantage early in the second half with a goal of his own.

Adam Le Fondre pulled one back for Bolton, but Leeds held on to win 2-1 in front of over 35,000 fans (35,377 to be precise) at Elland Road.

Also check out this funny moment after Hernandez’s goal. The Spaniard goes to celebrate, but doesn’t quite ace it! Some work needed on the celebrations Pablo? Continue reading