Substitute Dion Charles scored a late goal to earn Bolton a 1-1 Sky Bet League One draw at home to Bristol Rovers.
The visitors took the lead from the second minute into stoppage time after young loan star Josh Coburn struck early on.
The 19-year-old, known as Teesside Haaland since his loan move from Middlesbrough to the West Country, turned in Anthony Evans’ pass to give the Gas a good start.
But with Wanderers looking for a first win against their rivals in 33 years, Charles, replacing the injured Jon Dadi Bodvarsson, curled in the right goal.
Coburn’s fifth goal for the Gas was a good response for the FA Cup home team at Boreham Wood.
Bolton then dominated possession and created chances, with Charles destroying one-on-one with goalscorer James Belshaw late on, before hitting back with an equaliser.
Rovers coach Joey Barton, who made his Premier League debut at Manchester City at Bolton in 2003, took a book from the opposition and did not seem happy with his team’s failure to keep three points, despite losing. once in 10 league games.