Hartlepool United player ratings photo gallery: 'Fantastic' 'Tough afternoon' - mixed bag for Pools in late defeat
Pools let a two-goal lead slip at the SMH Group Stadium as the Spireites struck deep into second half stoppage time to complete a remarkable turnaround.
Emmanuel Dieservwe gave Hartlepool the lead inside three minutes when racing clear of Ash Palmer to finish well before Anthony Mancini doubled the lead minutes later with a cool finish into the corner.
It was a dream start for John Askey’s side but they were soon pegged back as the impressive Ryan Colclough headed in to reduce the deficit.
Pools were dealt a significant blow when Mancini was forced off injured before Jamie Grimes levelled the scored early in the second half.
It was wave after wave of Chesterfield attack from that point on as Pools tried to hang on for a point.
But their resistance was broken five minutes into added time as Tom Naylor snatched a late winner.
Jos Verstappen will not attend this week’s Saudi Arabian Grand Prix following his explosive bust-up with Red Bull team principal Christian Horner, as further speculation emerged on Monday regarding his son Max’s future at the team.
Reuters/Sputnik/Yekaterina Shtukina/Pool Russian Security Council Deputy Chairman Dmitry Medvedev delivered a sweeping speech Monday claiming “Ukraine is definitely Russia” and spouting anti-Ukraine rhetoric aimed at erasing the country from the map.“Our geostrategic space has been indivisible since the time of the ancient Russian state,” the former Russian president said, presenting a map showing the vast majority of Ukraine’s territory gobbled up by Russia. “This concept must disappear forever
A man told he was going to die from a terminal illness has celebrated his wedding - after finding out his symptoms were caused by his prescribed statin pills. Paul Gill, 65, was given the choice of dying at home or in a hospice after being informed he had Motor Neurone Disease (MND) in June last year. The former rugby league player was resigned to suffering a fate similar to fellow ex-Leeds Rhinos star Rob Burrow, who has been left wheelchair-bound by the condition. There is currently no cure for MND, which affects the nerves and brain and slowly robs patients of the ability to walk, talk and eat.