24th August 2015
Adam King scored his second goal in five appearances for Crewe as they were involved in a six-goal thriller in League One.
King slotted home from close range to give Crewe a third-minute lead against Bury, but the game saw plenty of more goals as it ended 3-3.
The midfielder was replaced after 70 minutes as Crewe picked up their second point from four games thanks to Brad Inman's late strike.
Connor Roberts was involved in a stunning comeback after Yeovil won 3-2 at home against Luton Town in League Two.
The Glovers found themselves trailing 2-0 after just 19 minutes, but Roberts helped start the fightback as his pinpoint cross was headed in by Stephen Arthurworrey.
Two second-half strikes by sub Ryan Bird claimed a memorable victory for Yeovil as they picked up their first points of the season.
Modou Barrow came off the bench to make his fourth appearance as Blackburn Rovers suffered a 1-0 defeat at joint-leaders Brighton.
The Gambian replaced Fode Koita in the 69th minute as Rovers slipped into the bottom three following this defeat.
Barrow had also featured in the midweek draw with Cardiff at Ewood Park, with the winger playing for the second half.
Blackburn have two points from the opening four games of their Championship campaign.
Meanwhile, Oliver Davies was an unused sub as Kilmarnock were beaten 4-0 by Ross County in the Scottish Premier League.
In the Eredivisie, Kenji Gorre was also among the unused subs as Den Haag drew 1-1 with Utrecht.
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