Bolton Wanderers v Manchester United, 11 September 2004

Score2-2
RefereeMatt Messias
CompetitionPremier League
VenueReebok Stadium
Attendance27,766
Les Ferdinand scored in the last minute of normal time to give Bolton Wanderers the lead, and become the first player to score in the Premiership for six different clubs. Nicky Hunt's own goal then gave Manchester United their late equaliser in added time.

Goals:

Kevin Nolan 52 G
Les Ferdinand 89 G

Goals:

Gabriel Heinze 44 G
Nicky Hunt own goal 90 OG

Starting lineup:

Defender Nicky Hunt
Defender/Centre back Radhi Jaidi
Defender/Centre back Bruno N'Gotty
Defender/Midfielder Anthony Barness
Defender/Midfielder Ivan Campo
Defender/Midfielder Gary Speed
Midfielder Kevin Nolan
Midfielder Jay Jay Okocha
Forward Kevin Davies
Forward Henrik Pedersen

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Tim Howard
Defender Wes Brown
Defender Mikael Silvestre
Defender/Midfielder Phil Neville
Defender/Left back Gabriel Heinze
Midfielder Ryan Giggs
Midfielder Roy Keane
Midfielder Kleberson
Midfielder Paul Scholes
Midfielder/Forward Alan Smith

Substitutions:

El Hadji Diouf for Henrik Pedersen 46
Les Ferdinand for Kevin Davies 75
Hierro for Gary Speed 87

Substitutions:

Cristiano Ronaldo for Kleberson 64
David Bellion for Ruud Van Nistelrooy 74

Cards:

Jay Jay Okocha 39 Y
Nicky Hunt 45 Y

Cards:

Ryan Giggs 88 Y

On the bench:

Defender/Midfielder Hierro
Forward El Hadji Diouf
Forward Les Ferdinand

On the bench:

Midfielder/Forward Cristiano Ronaldo
Forward David Bellion

Comments:

League position: 3rd Unused substitutes: Andy Oakes and Tal Ben Haim

Comments:

League position: 10th Unused substitutes: Roy Carroll, Eric Djemba-Djemba and Jonathan Spector The FA Premier League's Dubious Goals Committee ruled on the following: Manchester United’s second goal against Bolton Wanderers on 11th September 2004 was in fact an own goal (Nicky Hunt) and has therefore not been credited to David Bellion. [re: Circular 1 –28/9/2004]