Oldham earn last-gasp win over Bolton

Substitute Zak Dearnley scored the stoppage-time winner to give Oldham the dramatic 2-1 League Two achievement at fellow strugglers Bolton.

Dearnley, an 85th-minute alternative to Dylan Bahamboula, outpaced Wanderers’ protection with a lung-busting run before guiding a low right-foot shot past Billy Crellin in the third minute associated with injury time.

Triumph lifts Latics off the foot from the table and earns Harry Kewell his first league win given that taking charge at Boundary Park.

Oldham certainly deserved 3 points as Ian Evatt’s aspect again failed to spark.

The visiting side’s top scorer Conor McAleny and Jordan Barnett tried their luck before Bill Garrity slid in a 28th-minute opener. Midfielder Garrity turned in Danny Rowe’s cross at the far post just for his first league goal considering that moving on loan from Blackpool.

Bolton were behind designed for only four minutes, though. Nathan Delfouneso, already denied by a great save from Oldham’s debutant keeper Laurence Bilboe, fired home remaining footed from close range right after an excellent cross by Wanderers newbie Peter Kioso.

McAleny, with seven goals in his 4 previous outings, hit a blog post and drilled another effort broad in the second period before Dearnley sealed a memorable Oldham success.

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