The story of the day as Hartlepool United twice come from behind to draw 2-2 with Barrow
Hartlepool United twice came from behind to draw 2-2 with league leaders Barrow in the National League.
Pools fell behind just 42 seconds into the second half thanks to a howler from Ben Killip, he could only parry Lewis Hardcastle’s strike into his own net, but bounced back quickly, man of the match Gavan Holohan with an impressive strike 25-yards out to level.
It was again too easy for the visitors as they took the lead again midway through the second half, Dior Angus beating Fraser Kerr too easily and then firing confidently past Killip in the Pools goal.
Pools kept going and got the point they deserved thanks to skipper Ryan Donaldson’s header at the back post. It ended 2-2. Scroll down for the story of the day.