Coventry City 4-2 Peterborough United
Leon Clarke grabbed a brace as Coventry twice came from behind to beat League One promotion hopefuls Peterborough.
Former Sky Blues striker Shaun Jeffers stabbed Posh into the lead but Clarke equalised after visiting keeper Bobby Olejnik's poor clearance fell to him.
Lee Tomlin immediately thumped Posh back in front but Clarke smashed in from a corner to level again.
He then turned provider when Franck Moussa fired Coventry ahead before Callum Wilson's late shot settled it.
Wilson's 91st-minute clincher was not without controversy, though, as it came seconds after Shaun Brisley thought he had turned in substitute Nathaniel Mendez-Laing's cross to earn Posh a point, only for the assistant referee to rule that the ball had not crossed the line.
Clarke's two goals took his tally for the season to 17 from 24 appearances in all competitions.
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Sky Blues manager Steven Pressley told BBC Coventry & Warwickshire:
"Leon Clarke's disappointed. He said he wanted four or five but I told him two would do.
"A great result and a great performance from us, especially in the second half. After our first goal I thought we were phenomenal.
"Anyone who's watching us right now is certainly getting their money's worth. Credit to the players. Another mammoth effort from them."
- 6C Thomas
- 8BakerSubstituted forDagnallat 78'minutes
- 20WilsonSubstituted forWillisat 90+2'minutes
- 9L Clarke
- 14MoussaSubstituted forPhillipsat 86'minutes
- 3NtlheSubstituted forBarnettat 86'minutes
- 15J AndersonSubstituted forFerdinandat 66'minutes
- 36JeffersSubstituted forMendez-Laingat 78'minutes
- Brendan Malone
- Shots on Target