Bolton outplayed in final
By Mark Buckingham
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Bolton missed out on the Peace Cup trophy as Lyon scored a late winner in Korea.Bolton Wanderers missed out on the Peace Cup trophy after Kim Kallstrom pounced for a late winner for Lyon.
The French champions were much the better team and were rewarded for their dominance when Swedish midfielder Kallstrom scored four minutes from time.
Kevin Nolan had a couple of early shots for Bolton before Lyon took control with Abdel Kader Keita heading against the post.
Jussi Jaaskelainen made a sprawling save from Nadir Belhadj's long-range drive and the Bolton keeper was off his line quickly to deny Sidney Govou after a defence-splitting pass from Kallstrom.
Poor defending then allowed Karim Benzema in, but his thumping shot from the edge of the area was beaten away by Jaaskelainen.
The Trotters did have the ball in the net on 34 minutes, but Nicolas Anelka's close-range header was ruled out for offside, due to Ricardo Vaz Te's flick-on.
Jaaskelainen saved from Kallstrom before Benzema should have given Lyon a half-time lead only to head wide from Keita's pull-back with the goal gaping.
The second half was a little more even with Anelka scuffing a shot from distance and Gregory Coupet gathering a Vaz Te effort at the second attempt.
Only a tremendous double save from Jaaskelainen kept the game scoreless on 70 minutes as substitute Hatem Ben Arfa had an immediate impact.
Ben Arfa skipped clear of the Bolton defence, only to see his effort blocked by Jaaskelainen, who recovered quickly to prevent Milan Baros converting the rebound.
But Bolton's resistance was broken on 86 minutes when Ben Arfa's surging run and cross was turned home by Kallstrom.