Published: 11:07 Monday 11 December 2017
The Proact Stadium was rocking on Saturday when Robbie Weir scored a late, late winner for Jack Lester’s side to lift them off the bottom of League Two. Find out how the Spireites rated in the 2-1 win over Barnet and vote in the poll at the bottom of the page to crown your Man of the Match.
Robbie Weir knew Ian Evatt would find him with the pass that set up the Northern Irishman’s late Spireites winner on Saturday. The midfielder ghosted into space on the edge of the box, unseen by the Barnet defence, and Evatt executed the perfect ‘no-look’ pass to put Weir in on goal. There was still work to do and Weir did it well – just as he had planned in fact. But there was still some relief that the ball hit the net and not the corner flag.
Chesterfield finally have lift off and can now begin to set their sights on a much loftier perch in League Two. A 2-1 win over Barnet took Jack Lester’s men off the bottom of the table for the first time in his tenure and made it six unbeaten. An improvement in the form of a number of teams at the foot of the division has meant the Spireites have really had to fight to escape the drop zone.
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