Match ends, Chester FC 0, Guiseley 2.
Chester 0-2 Guiseley
Guiseley moved above relegation rivals Chester in the National League with an impressive victory at the Deva Stadium.
The home side were stunned as early as the fourth minute when Callum McFadzean found the top corner from distance with a rasping shot past Sam Hornby.
Chester's afternoon got worse after a quarter of an hour when Ryan Astles dallied in possession and James Roberts intercepted before slotting in.
Matters nosedived further for Marcus Bignot's strugglers when Lathaniel Rowe-Turner was given a straight red for an ugly lunge on Roberts.
Guiseley remained on top in the second half to record their first win in 10 matches and lift themselves above Chester on goal difference - although both sides are eight points adrift of safety.
Match report supplied by the Press Association.
- 3Rowe-TurnerBooked at 26mins
- 21ShawSubstituted forMahonat 75'minutes
- 9WhiteSubstituted forArcherat 65'minutes
- 10HannahSubstituted forAkintundeat 33'minutes
- 1MaxtedBooked at 80mins
- 15McFadzeanBooked at 76mins
- 39RobertsSubstituted forCorreiaat 89'minutes
- 28LenighanBooked at 46mins
- 17PurverBooked at 31mins
- 30Fondop-TalomSubstituted forOdejayiat 83'minutes
- 33Koue Niate
- Karl Evans
Second Half ends, Chester FC 0, Guiseley 2.
Substitution, Guiseley. Raul Correia replaces James Roberts.
Substitution, Guiseley. Kayode Odejayi replaces Mike Fondop-Talom.
Jon Maxted (Guiseley) is shown the yellow card.
Callum McFadzean (Guiseley) is shown the yellow card.
Substitution, Chester FC. Craig Mahon replaces Tom Shaw.
Substitution, Chester FC. Jordan Archer replaces Harry White.
Simon Lenighan (Guiseley) is shown the yellow card.
Second Half begins Chester FC 0, Guiseley 2.
First Half ends, Chester FC 0, Guiseley 2.
Substitution, Chester FC. James Akintunde replaces Ross Hannah.
Alex Purver (Guiseley) is shown the yellow card.
Lathanial Rowe-Turner (Chester FC) is shown the red card.
Goal! Chester FC 0, Guiseley 2. James Roberts (Guiseley).
Goal! Chester FC 0, Guiseley 1. Callum McFadzean (Guiseley).
First Half begins.
Lineups are announced and players are warming up.