Blackpool produced a remarkable last six minutes to come back from 2-0 down to beat Bradford City 3-2.
Here's how Pool's players rated:
Mark Howard - 6
A virtual bystander for the first half and had little to do in the second. Had no chance with Eoin Doyle’s penalty.
Ollie Turton - 7
Back in his normal position of right back and once again he didn’t disappoint. Solid as a rock and gave nothing away,
Donervon Daniels - 6
Looked a little shaky early on but grew in confidence. Saw a close-range effort hooked off the goalline.
Curtis Tilt - 7
Brought down for Blackpool’s second penalty before scoring the late winner. But it was his rash challenge that led to Bradford’s spot kick.
Marc Bola - 8
Impressed defensively but it was his attacking play that caught they eye. Provided great support for Nathan Delfouneso down the left.
Jay Spearing - 8
Scored his first goal for Blackpool from the penalty spot to get them back in it before bagging the equaliser four minutes later.
Jordan Thompson - 7
Unlucky not to score having had three or four good chances on goal, but his set-piece deliveries were again a huge threat.
Harry Pritchard - 6
Went close to adding his name to the scoresheet with a close-range effort, only to be denied by a superb save.
Nathan Delfouneso - 7
Looked lively and caused problems for former Seasider Kelvin Mellor. Could have done better with a first-half effort.
Liam Feeney - 7
Impressed down the right-hand flank. Delivered a number of dangerous crosses which weren’t capitalised on.
Mark Cullen - 6
Provided a smart knockdown for Nathan Delfouneso, but other than that he cut a frustrated figure. Conceded too many fouls.
Ryan McLaughlin - 6
For Pritchard, 63
Another useful 30-minute runout on his comeback from injury. Will take time to get up to speed after his lay-off.
Armand Gnanduillet - 7
For Cullen, 63
Made an impact off the bench. Flattened by Richard O’Donnell, allowing Jay Spearing to pull one back from the penalty spot.
Michael Nottingham - 6
For Feeney, 76
Unlucky to find himself on the bench and Blackpool missed his height from set pieces. Had little time to make an impact.
Subs not used: Christoffer Mafoumbi, Ben Heneghan, John O’Sullivan, Fin Sinclair-Smith
Bradford: O’Donnell, McGowan, O’Connor, Payne, Mellor, Knight-Percival, Wood, Colville (Gibson), Wright (O’Brien), Miller (Ball), Doyle
Subs not used: Kenworthy, Seedorf, Bruenker, Isherwood
Referee: Simon Hooper
Attendance: 4,393 (1,804 Bradford)
Next match: Plymouth Argyle (away, Saturday, September 15, 3pm, SkyBet League One)