Accrington Stanley and Shrewsbury Town could not be separated after a dramatic 3-3 draw at Fraser Eagle Stadium.
Shrewsbury, who moved up three places into 11th courtesy of the draw, claimed an early lead when Derek Asamoah dispatched from the penalty spot after just four minutes.
However Accrington were given a spot kick of their own on 19 minutes, with Andy Todd making no mistake from 12 yards for the home side.
The Shrews reclaimed the lead before half-time when Leo Fortune-West (pictured) netted, but Phil Edwards set up a grandstand finish with a second equaliser ten minutes after the break.
When Accrington fell behind for the third time through Michael Symes (84) it seemed as though their hopes of taking a point had been dashed, but Robbie Williams had the home fans singing with a minute to go when he rescued a draw.
Last season's Conference champions are now four points clear of the League Two relegation zone after 20 games.
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Accrington Stanley 3-3 Shrewsbury Town