Rotherham 4 Norwich 4
By Patrick Goss. Last Updated: January 1, 1970 1:00am
Division One leaders Norwich came from behind to earn a last-gasp 4-4 draw against Rotherham in a scintillating game at Millmoor.
Goals galore kept fans all over the country entertained in the second flight - and Rotherham were only prevented from causing the shock of the day by a last gasp Damien Francis goal with seconds on the clock.
The Millers had scored first through Martin Butler, but goals from Iwan Roberts and Leon McKenzie put the Division One leaders ahead.
Butler then scored a second only for Huckerby to restore The Canaries' lead from the penalty spot.
The speedy striker was brought down by Shaun Barker, and the decision to award a penalty incensed Millers boss Ronnie Moore who ran the length of the pitch and sparked a mass brawl.
Moore was sent to the stands and was joined by Guy Branston who had raised hands in the scuffle.
The second half saw 10-man Rotherham level - with Butler claiming his hat-trick from close range after Rob Green failed to gather a John Mullin cross.
Mullin then turned goalscorer to fire home after a fine ball through by Chris Sedgwick.
However, The Canaries snatched an equaliser in dramatic fashion when Malky Mackay threaded through for Francis to pounce and lash home from the edge of the area.