West Ham United loanee Moses Makasi marked his first senior start with a spectacular goal in Plymouth Argyle’s 1-1 EFL League One draw at Fleetwood Town.
The midfielder, who had featured just once as a substitute in five previous league matches, opened the scoring for the promotion-chasing Pilgrims at Highbury on Saturday.
A point kept Plymouth in sixth place and on track for a place in the Play-Offs ahead of Saturday’s home match with ninth-place Bristol Rovers at Home Park.
Elsewhere, Martin Samuelsen played for the final 35 minutes as Burton Albion grabbed a goalless draw at home to Bristol City. The Brewers now sit two points adrift of safety in the Championship and will hope to climb out of the bottom three by winning at Sheffield United on Tuesday evening.
At the other end of the Championship, Robert Snodgrass had another fine game for promotion-chasing Aston Villa, assisting James Chester’s ultimately winning goal in a 4-1 victory over leaders Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Villa now sit four points behind second-place Cardiff City with ten matches still to play, the first of which comes at home to Queens Park Rangers on Tuesday.
In the same division, Reece Burke played the full 90 minutes as Bolton Wanderers snatched a last-gasp 1-1 draw at Sheffield Wednesday.
The Trotters sit six points clear of the relegation zone and return to action against Snodgrass and Villa at the Macron Stadium on Saturday evening.
Further afield, Reece Oxford was on the bench for Borussia Monchengladbach and remained there during their 2-0 German Bundesliga defeat at Bayer Leverkusen.
Toni Martinez was also an unused substitute for Spanish Second Division club Real Valladolid in their goalless draw at Alcorcon at the weekend.