14th December 2015
Adam King made his 23rd appearance of the season in League One as Crewe were beaten 3-2 in a dramatic encounter at Doncaster Rovers.
King set up Crewe's opening goal before the home side equalised, with the 20-year-old being replaced for the final 20 minutes.
Then, in injury time, Crewe took a 2-1 lead which looked likely to give them a third-straight win and take them out of the relegation zone.
But Doncaster produced a stunning comeback, scoring twice in added-on time to secure a 3-2 victory.
Jay Fulton, meanwhile, was not in action after Oldham's home game with Millwall was called off due to a waterlogged pitch.
In League Two, Oliver McBurnie was also on the other end of a last-minute goal as Newport County were beaten 4-3 at Notts County.
McBurnie, who came off the bench to score a hat-trick on his debut in a 3-0 win over Luton, was handed his first start for Newport.
Despite racing into a 2-0 lead after ten minutes, Newport were pegged back by half-time and found themselves 3-2 behind with 20 minutes to go.
They looked on course for a point after levelling with seven minutes to go, an injury-time goal from Notts County sent the visitors home point-less.
Josh Sheehan and Connor Roberts both started as Yeovil moved to within a point of safety after coming from two goals behind to claim a point against Barnet.
Roberts featured for the full 90 minutes while Sheehan was replaced shortly before the hour for the Glovers, who shared the spoils thanks to two goals in the last ten minutes from Francois Zoko.
In Scotland, Alex Samuel made a late appearance off the bench as Morton held Rangers to only their second draw of the campaign.
He made his 14th appearance for the Scottish Championship side, who had led 2-1 with eight minutes to go before former Leicester striker Martyn Waghorn struck late on for the hosts.
In the Dutch Eredivisie, Kenji Gorre was an unused sub as Den Haag were held 1-1 at home to Willem II.
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