Date: 4th January 2015 at 5:58pm
Written by: Site Staff

Fleetwood probably, even though it was a home game, would have taken a point against Swindon at the weekend but having been two-up in the draw there would be some disappointment in the end.

At two-up we were denied a win in the end with two late goals seeing Swindon fighting back to earn a two-two draw and go top of the league 1 table.

Swindon had the better of the first half and could have gone ahead early on through Chelsea loanee Swift, but his put his effort wide. An even better chance came with 15-minutes on the clock when Hughes brought down Williams with a penalty awarded. Smith’s penalty was easily saved by Maxwell.

When Toffolo hit the bar at the end of the first half it ensured that the half ended goalless.

Soon after the break we made the breakthrough when Proctor backheeled to Morris (49) who fired low into the goal. Just ahead of the hour the lead was doubled when Dobbie picked out Morris (59) who finished the break to make it two!

A Swindon fightback started when Williams (71) got the better of Maxwell and with two-minutes to play the visitors got the point that they probably deserved when Thompson (88) converted Gladwin’s cross to see the game end in a two-two draw.

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