Craig Davies and David Ngog came off the bench to score Bolton's goals as they fought back to beat Burnley 2-1 in Saturday's Championship clash at the Reebok Stadium.
Following a goalless first half of few chances, Burnley looked set to claim local bragging rights for the second time this season following David Edgar's close-range finish in the 55th minute.
It prompted Wanderers boss Dougie Freedman to introduce strike pairing Davies and Ngog, initially to howls of derision from the Reebok Stadium faithful who were unhappy to see Marvin Sordell and lively winger Steve De Ridder withdrawn.
But the switch proved to be inspired as Davies headed his first goal since joining from Barnsley last month before Ngog sealed the Trotters' maiden league triumph of 2013 nine minutes from time.
Freedman's men climb to 16th in the table, although they remain three points above the relegation zone. Burnley slip behind bitter rivals Blackburn into eighth, four points shy of th...