Russell Slade's Leyton Orient rescue a point at Meadow Lane after Chris Dagnall's converted penalty in the second half levels the scores.
Leyton Orient came from behind to share a point with Notts County in League One at Meadow Lane this evening.
The visitors almost took the lead within the first five minutes after Scott Cuthbert struck the bar with a header inside the six-yard box.
County opened the scoring through Zeli Ismail's penalty on 25 minutes after Jake Cassidy was fouled in the box.
Orient nearly levelled the scoring just seconds into the second half as Michael Petrasso capitalised on some sloppy County possession.
Russell Slade's side were soon level though, after Chris Dagnall converted from the spot on 48 minutes.
County were really struggling to hold on to possession as the match came to a close but the visitors couldn't take advantage of the Magpies' lack of composure.
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