Scunthorpe goalkeeper Sam Slocombe's brilliant second-half penalty save earned his side a draw in their top-of-the-table clash against Fleetwood.
Referee Scott Duncan pointed to the spot when Charlie Taylor went down just inside the box under a challenge from winger Terry Hawkridge.
But Slocombe rescued the hosts, brilliantly turning away the penalty from Steven Schumacher.
The point was enough to keep Scunthorpe at the top of League Two.
The Iron also stretched their unbeaten run to 12 games.
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Scunthorpe boss Russ Wilcox told BBC Radio Humberside:
"It was a difficult game, there were two good sides out there - I think Fleetwood was probably the best side we've played all season.
"I didn't think it'd be a 0-0, both teams at the moment are free-scoring - it was a really tight game, but I thought both teams deserved something.
"You have to give credit to the opposition - that's why they're a top team and they've just won four on the bounce."
Scunthorpe United 01 Slocombe 18 Nolan 30 Williams 24 Syers 05 Mirfin 06 Canavan 28 McSheffrey (Adelakun - 64' ) 04 McAllister 39 Hayes 29 Winnall (Madden - 76' ) 14 Hawkridge Substitutes 02 Ribeiro 07 Sparrow 13 Severn 15 Waterfall 16 Adelakun 19 Collins 27 Madden Fleetwood Town 01 Davies Booked 15 McLaughlin 20 Taylor 13 Goodall 05 Roberts 06 Pond 04 Murdoch 08 Schumacher (Sarcevic - 64' ) 23 Ball 34 Mandron (Parkin - 67' ) 35 Marrow (Brown - 45' ) Substitutes 07 Evans 09 Parkin 12 Brown 14 Hogan 16 Cresswell 18 Sarcevic 28 Maxwell
Ref: Scott Duncan