Carlos Tevez scored his first goal
in a Manchester City shirt for 10 months when he helped the
reserves to a 3-1 victory over Bolton Wanderers on Tuesday.
The striker, making his second appearance since returning
from his native Argentina last month following a spectacular
falling out with the club in September, tucked in a right-wing
cross in the 50th minute.
It was the first time Tevez had been on target in Manchester
City colours since a Premier League game against Stoke City last
He was substituted against Bolton reserves with 20 minutes
to go and received a generous ovation as he left the field.
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