Chesterfield drew 1-1 with Championship side Wigan Athletic in a full-blooded contest in Wednesday’s testimonial game for retired club legend Tommy Lee last night.
Former Spireites boss Paul Cook was in charge of the visitors, who took the lead seven minutes before the break, Powell’s wicked cross headed goalwards by Will Grigg, and the ball nicking off Evans’ head on its way in.
But, after the break, a free kick to the back post gave Will Evans two bites at the cherry, the second sending the ball high into the air, causing chaos and allowing Gozie Ugwu to control the ball for Jerome Binnom-Williams to slash it home.
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A crowd of 2,777 enjoyed the action – the best of which we have here in our photo gallery.