Stanley manager John Coleman pointed to the sky in memory of Reds fan Antony Cox after his side's late equaliser against Wycombe.
The Reds boss admitted he has been stunned by the death on Antony, 33, who died on a railway line in Oswaldtwistle last Monday.
He said he felt dedicating a game to the supporter, who has followed the Reds through thick and thin, wasn't enough but he made his own tribute to the 'Stanley Ultra' following Rory Boulding's late goal.
"He was a great character and will be missed by everyone," said Coleman after the match. "He was close to the club and was someone we got to know over the last ten years. He has been through a lot with us and has been part of our rise up the league's - he played his part."
Boulding scored a 94th minute equaliser - his first senior league goal - after getting on the end of Chris Turner's cross to preserve the Reds unbeaten start to their League Two campaign.
It was what Stanley deserved after bossing the first half against one of the pre-season favourites Wycombe but not taking their chances.
Sean McConville lashed a shot against the woodwork and Wanderers keeper Nikki Bull kept out a Jimmy Ryan blast.
Wycombe also hit the crossbar through Scott Rendell in a lively first half.
The visitors took the lead in the 67th minute - ruining the Reds record of not conceding a league goal this season, a feat they had shared with Chelsea.
Kevin Betsy's effort was pushed away by keeper Ian Dunbavin and Matt Bloomfield pounced for his first goal of the season.
Wycombe could have made it safe through Bloomfield and Jon Paul Pittman but it was left to sub Boulding to have the final say before the Reds fans and Coleman gathered at a shrine for Antony in the Sophia Khan stand after the match.