Huddersfield Town came from 2-0 down to defeat nine-man Plymouth Argyle 3-2 at the Galpharm Stadium last night.
A bizarre game saw Plymouth open the scoring in the first minute through Joe Mason, before centre-back Curtis Nelson, the last defender, was sent off for pulling back Town striker Jordan Rhodes in the ninth minute.
The decision saw Argyle manager Peter Reid sent to the stands for arguing with the referee.
Even then, Argyle went on to double their lead through Mason on 15 minutes before the visitors gave the Terriers a helping hand when defender Kari Arnason sliced an attempted clearenace from Anthony Pilkington's cross striaght into his own net (18).
Rhodes levelled things up on 29 minutes, when he neatly controlled Kevin Kilbane's cross and turned and fired a shot past Plymouth keeper David Button.
Defender Peter Clarke scored what turned out to be the winner on 32 minutes and Argyle had defender Stephane Zubar sent-off for a second booking on 53 minutes.