Play-off hopefuls Stevenage came back from two goals down to draw with relegation-haunted Chesterfield.
The visitors raced into a shock two-goal lead when Neil Trotman headed in Drew Talbot's cross and Jordan Bowery curled in a beauty.
Stevenage piled on the pressure and Scott Laird reduced the deficit when he flicked in Joel Byrom's corner.
Within seconds the hosts were level as Craig Reid calmly converted at the far post from Laird's cross.
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Chesterfield manager John Sheridan tells BBC Radio Sheffield:
"I'm very disappointed, the game was there for us.
"I thought we were very comfortable. It was an excellent performance to get the 2-0 lead.
"First half we played we really played well and could have got more [goals] as well.
"But the first goal, it's an embarrassment how it has ended up in the back of the net. It just gives them a bit of belief and they come back into the game."