Lee Chung-yong scored his first league goal of the season as Bolton were held to a 2-2 draw by AFC Bournemouth in the Championship on the weekend.
The 25-year old South Korean winger opened the scoring at the Reebok Stadium in the 21st minute when he raced onto Mark Davies’ perfect through ball to fire home past Cherries keeper Lee Camp.
Middlesbrough loanee Lukas Jutkiewicz doubled the Trotters’ advantage when he rifled a delightful half-volley from range before Bournemouth responded quickly through Lewis Grabban prior to Simon Francis’ 66th-minute equaliser.
The draw saw Dougie Freedman’s Bolton remain 19th on England’s tier two table while Eddie Howe’s Bournemouth stayed 15th.
Lee’s goal, which was his first for Bolton since January 2013 and first in the league since December 2012, comes as he was reportedly watched by Hull City head scout Stan Ternent with the Tigers believed to be showing plenty of interest in his services.
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