BRUNO MARS POOLS DAY WITH
IT WAS all about patience for Paul Tisdale, as his Exeter side ground out a second successive home win.
After seeing off Leyton Orient 4-0 in style last time out, the Grecians had to wait until deep into stoppage time to see off a very resilient Hartlepool side.
Pools have now lost four successive League Two games, but headed back home up the motorway last night shocked they had lost the game.
Ronnie Moore’s side missed a second-half penalty, but it was Tisdale’s boys who won it - veteran Clinton Morrison laying the ball off for right-back Christian Riberio to net with his left foot and seal an unlikely home win.
“It was a different game to last time – a late, late, late goal in a game when we displayed total patience,’’ said Tisdale. “We certainly didn’t panic or change our game and we gradually built our pressure