Cheltenham Town 1-2 Fleetwood Town

Two second-half goals helped Fleetwood come from behind to clinch a crucial win at Cheltenham and stay in the hunt for automatic promotion.

The home side led at the break through Jamie Cureton's close-range finish.

Fleetwood rallied in the second half and equalised when Antoni Sarcevic converted a 55th-minute penalty after Iain Hume was fouled in the box.

Josh Morris volleyed his first Cod Army goal 10 minutes later, before Cureton's late strike was cleared off the line.

Fleetwood's victory kept up the pressure on the teams above them in the table, with Graham Alexander's side three points behind Chesterfield and Rochdale and five below leaders Scunthorpe.

Cheltenham Town manager Mark Yates told BBC Gloucestershire:

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Post-match: Cheltenham boss Yates

"We do find some ways to lose games.

"Scott hasn't had a shot to save all game and somehow we've lost. Words fail me on that one.

"It's what we've done all season - throw away leads. I apologise to the supporters for the way that happened.

"But until we shot ourselves in the foot, we were good."

Fleetwood manager Graham Alexander told BBC Radio Lancashire:

"We put ourselves on the back foot with our first-half showing and we had to dig deep to get three points.

"The players did that and it was great to see because the second half was much improved from the first.

"Players always win games. It's not what we [managers] do. They all showed the right spirit and that's all it had to be - more spirit and more tempo."