Tevez was once again on target in an impressive individual performance
Carlos Tevez scored twice to salvage another draw for Manchester City in a thrilling game against Bolton.
Ivan Klasnic opened the scoring despite appearing to be offside before Tevez levelled with a deflected strike.
Gary Cahill's curler put Bolton ahead before Micah Richards equalised - but Klasnic's swivelling shot made it 3-2.
Craig Bellamy was controversially sent off after being booked for diving, but Tevez's long-range effort claimed a late draw in a memorable game.
The result means City have now drawn their last five away matches and ensures questions remain as to whether Mark Hughes' side can produce the consistent form necessary to challenge for a top-four finish.
Bolton, meanwhile, will feel frustrated that they failed to take all three points after an often-dominant display in which they took the lead on three occasions.
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The hosts were much-improved from their loss at Wolves last week but that will come as little comfort to manager Gary Megson who is increasingly facing a relegation battle.
It will also come as scant consolation that Bolton started the match in such positive fashion, taking a deserved lead early on.
A cross from the left made it all the way to Lee Chung-Yong on the right-hand side of the area. The South Korean's driven shot deflected off the foot of Sylvinho and into the path of Klasnic who could not miss in front of goal - although the Croatian was clearly offside.
City's players were left fuming by the decision and still had their minds elsewhere when Tamir Cohen was left unmarked moments later to send an overhead kick just wide, while claims for a penalty were waved away by referee Mark Clattenburg after Richards appeared to handle.
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