Wilson purring after Spireites win

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Sheffield United manager Danny Wilson felt Ched Evans was 'unplayable' against Chesterfield after the Wales international scored a hat-trick to help the Blades regain second spot in npower League One.

Evans' treble saw him hit the 30-goal mark for the season. All the striker's goals came in the second half after on-loan midfielder Franck Moussa quickly cancelled out Lee Williamson's opener for the Blades to send the sides into half-time level at 1-1.

Wilson, a former Chesterfield defender, sympathised with his old club but thought the Blades were excellent during their 4-1 victory at Bramall Lane. He said: "Ched is unplayable at times. I'd hate to be a defender playing against him."

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