Chesterfield claim shootout win

Chesterfield beat Oldham 6-5 on penalties after a 1-1 draw after 90 minutes to book their place in the JPT Northern Area final.

Last Updated: 10/12/13 at 23:13

Drew Talbot: Held his nerve for Chesterfield

Drew Talbot: Held his nerve for Chesterfield

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The shoot-out went to sudden death and Drew Talbot converted the crucial spot-kick after visiting keeper Tommy Lee denied Oldham's Anton Rodgers.

Oldham went ahead after 21 minutes when David Mellor's left-wing cross found Danny Philliskirk, who turned sharply and drilled inside the far post from 10 yards.

Chesterfield were level within seven minutes as Tendayi Darikwa planted in a close-range header from Talbot's excellent first-time cross.

The Spireites almost snatched the lead, with the dangerous Darikwa firing wide from a good position

But Oldham dominated the second half and Lee rescued his side three times, saving well from Philliskirk, Jonson Clarke-Harris and Jonathan Grounds.

Lee also denied Adam Rooney at the death and it was Chesterfield who held their nerve from the spot to move within one round of Wembley.

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