Shrewsbury Town 1-2 Oldham Athletic
Danny Philliskirk extended Oldham's winning run to four games by completing an impressive fightback at Shrewsbury.
On-loan Reading striker Gozie Ugwu pounced on poor defending to fire Town ahead - his first goal for the club.
Tamika Mkandawire denied Korey Smith an equaliser with a goal-line clearance, before Charlie MacDonald ran onto a neat ball from Anton Rodgers to level.
Philliskirk put Oldham ahead, before keeper Mark Oxley ensured victory by denying Tom Bradshaw late on.
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Shrewsbury manager Graham Turner told BBC Radio Shropshire:
"To be fair, it's as well as we've played for a while. We passed the ball well and got into good areas.
"But the equaliser just before half-time was criminal - to be opened up at the back like that with one ball through the middle.
"We started so brightly with Gozie Ugwu's first goal for the club, and one or two situations we should have done better with.
"It was a frustrating night, to be leading 1-0 and looking comfortable - and to end up with nothing."
Oldham manager Lee Johnson told BBC Radio Manchester:
"We just didn't get going and I was really upset with the first-half performance. We were off it but it was good character from the boys.
"I'm pleased because we've won ugly and that's an art.
"We've always got threats all over the pitch and we have got finishers, but we just needed to be a bit tidier around the pitch."