GREGG Blundell admitted he had enjoyed a slice of good fortune after winning a hotly-disputed last-minute penalty against the Blues on Good Friday.
The striker was back at the Saunders Honda Stadium for the first time since leaving Chester for Darlington in January.
He thwarted his old employers by winning a controversial late penalty, which he tucked past John Danby to earn a 1-1 draw.
Blundell looked to have been fouled outside the box by Laurence Wilson, but referee Jamal Singh decided the offence had taken place inside it.
A relieved Blundell said: 'It may have been outside the box to be honest, but these things even themselves out over the course of the season.
'From my point of view, I was glad to see the ref award it and glad to see it find the back of the net.
'It's always difficult going back to your old club and it would have been nice to get the winner, rather than the equaliser.'
Simon Yeo had earlier given City the lead as the hosts dominated the second period.