Man City 2-0 Bolton

Manchester City moved up to fifth place in the Premier League with an uninspired victory over Bolton.
Carlos Tevez struck with a fierce penalty that went in after hitting goalkeeper Jussi Jaaskelainen. 
It was awarded after Paul Robinson brought down Adam Johnson, while Bolton should have had a spot-kick after Kolo Toure tangled with Johan Elmander. 
Tevez hit the crossbar with a free-kick before Emmanuel Adebayor struck a ferocious volley to secure the points. 
The match was a pale imitation of the thrilling 3-3 draw the two teams contested at The Reebok in December, with the tempo often disappointing and clear openings at a premium. 
But after losing two of their last three Premier League matches, it was a welcome result for Roberto Mancini's team as they continue their quest for fourth place. 
City have not lost at home since April 2009 and Bolton have not won on the road since September so the result is hardly a surprise. 
But it nonetheless adds to the precariousness of Bolton's position. Owen Coyle's side were hardly outplayed during what was for the most part an even contest but the result means they remain one place above the relegation zone. Bolton have now lost four out of six since Coyle took charge.
Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini:
"He (Adam Johnson) is a young player who wants to do well. 
"He can play on both the left and the right and he can also play behind the main striker. He can continue to grow and I think he can be a very important player." 
"I feel good after a victory but if we want to arrive at our targets we must improve. We must win at home, we must win away and we must play better. 
Bolton manager Owen Coyle:
"City have a squad that cost over £200m and we made them look ordinary. If they are honest they will admit they were fortunate. 
"We played with lots of spirit and quality but we must be more clinical when chances present themselves. 
"The first five minutes belonged to Man City but I thought that we really took the game to them after that."