Bolton Wanderers coming from behind once again to claim points with the comeback draw vs Bristol Rovers is once again evidence of the mentality which has been instilled at the Whites.
That's the verdict of former Ipswich Town and Chelsea striker Sam Parkin. Wanderers came from behind to draw 1-1 with the Gas at the University of Bolton Stadium on Friday evening.
The Gas stunned the hosts inside two minutes when Anthony Evans' low cross was finished off from close range by Josh Coburn as the visitors went in front. It was a lead they preserved at the break, as Dapo Afolayan fired over the bar from distance and Jon Dadi Bodvarsson saw a low shot saved.
After the break, Charles went close to equalising off the bench as he nearly connected with Afolayan's dangerous cross. Charles forced James Belshaw into action after capitalising on James Connolly's error.
The visitors were resilient in defence and kept Wanderers at bay for much of the game. But the hosts deservedly drew level when Charles curled home a beauty from inside a crowded box to ensure the spoils were shared in a 1-1 draw.
Wanderers have come from behind on several occasions in recent weeks. These have included victories against Fleetwood Town, Burton Albion and Accrington Stanley.
Parkin assessed the clash on the EFL highlights show on ITV4 and had his say on the encounter. Charles' strike chalked up point number 13 of the season for Bolton when they have come from behind to claim something from a game, which the former strikers believes shows what the mentality of Ian Evatt's side is all about.
He said: "It was incredible. Rovers came into this in brilliant form, not losing games. They were 1-0 up until the bitter end, as Dion Charles produces a moment of magic.
"That's 13 points they've recovered now from losing positions which just shows you all about their mentality."
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