Accrington Stanley picked up one of their biggest wins of the season after coming from behind to win at fellow promotion contenders Oxford United.
A late winner from Scott Brown earned the visitors all three points, after Billy Kee had levelled things up following Kemar Roofe’s opener.
The victory at the Kassam Stadium sees Accrington close the gap on third-placed Oxford to just three points, with John Coleman’s side also having two games in hand.
It was a quiet start to the game, but Oxford made the breakthrough just before the half-hour mark when Chris Maguire’s shot deflected off Roofe and went into the back of the net.
The home side carried that lead into the break, but Stanley were soon on level terms immediately after the restart.
Sean McConville’s cross was headed home by Kee after just 19 seconds of the second half to make it 1-1.
It looked like Accrington would have to settle for a point when defender Tom Davies was sent off for a second yellow card with six minutes remaining.
Brown had other ideas though, firing a low drive past goalkeeper Benji Buchel on 88 minutes to earn his side a crucial 2-1 victory.
Accrington: Etheridge, Halliday, Davies, Wright (Wakefield 45’), Pearson, Mingoia, Brown, Conneely, McConville, Boco (Shaw 80’), Kee
Subs not used: Mooney, Barry, Proctor, Carver, Steenson