Chesterfield 2-3 Leyton Orient- Match Report

O's gifted first win of yearLeyton Orient celebrated their first victory of the year when a stoppage-time blunder by Chesterfield goalkeeper Tommy Lee sent his play-off chasing side crashing to a 3-2 home defeat.Orient had twice trailed to Jay O'Shea's penalty and Elliott Omozusi's own goal but a brace from David Mooney put them back in the game before Dean Cox pounced on Lee's error in the 11th minute of added time.Orient had looked comfortable until they conceded a penalty in the 19th minute when Caolan Lavery was tripped by Nathan Clarke and O'Shea sent visiitng goalkeeper Alex Cisak the wrong way.But they responded well and after Chris Dagnall and Mooney had both wasted chances, Cox broke free on the left and squared for Mooney to tap into an empty net in the 35th minute.Dagnall squandered another good chance early in the second half before Chesterfield went back in front when O's defender Omozusi put the ball past Cisak as he tried to clear a cross.Orient responded well again and equalised in the 70th minute when Dagnall put Mooney in on the right and he drove a shot low past Tommy Lee.Lee saved his side late on when he clawed away Clarke's header, but the visitors won it when the goalkeeper failed to hold a cross and Cox struck from close range to earn three precious points

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