There was an amazing finale to Doncaster Rovers’ draw with Bury in League One.
Former Sheffield Wednesday striker Leon Clarke was allowed to walk the ball into the Rovers goal following a controversial Doncaster opener.
Harry Forrester netted for Rovers as he attempted to play the ball back to the visitors, after the hosts had put the ball out for Bury’s Nathan Cameron to receive treatment.
After the referee consulted with both benches, Doncaster allowed Clarke - who twice hit the woodwork on debut - to dribble from the centre circle and walk the ball over the line.
Earlier, Rovers had two penalty appeals rejected for fouls on James Coppinger and Nathan Tyson.