A DELIGHTFUL stoppage time goal from Chester City's Spanish midfielder Roberto Martinez earned his side a richly deserved draw at Torquay United.
 
The point arrested a run of three consecutive defeats, following reversals at Hereford United, Wrexham and Leeds United.
 
Torquay took the lead two minutes from the break. Evans flicked on a through ball from midfield to Jamie Ward, and the Northern Ireland under 21 international delivered a delightful lob over Danby and into the net.
 
Chester made a substitution at the start of the second period, bringing on bustling striker Drewe Broughton for Dean Bennett and within 10 minutes the move paid dividends.
 
Blundell crossed from the right, Angus sliced his clearance into the air, which gave Broughton the opportunity to bundle the ball over the line for an equaliser.
 
Torquay restored their lead after 74 minutes through Warde.
 
But Chester grabbed an equaliser in the third minute of injury time.
 
A long ball from de-fence was headed back to Martinez by Broughton and the Spanish maestro fired home from 15 yards.
 
The Football Association and Devon police are to investigate an incident following the game when City's central defender Paul Linwood was allegedly attacked as he left the field.