Preston North End fought back to earn a 1-1 draw against league leaders Fulham on Saturday.
Ched Evans bundled home in the second half after Tim Ream's close range finish had sent Marco Silva's men in ahead at half-time.
Here are our ups and downs from the clash.
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The second half performance
North End stepped up in the second half and really took the fight to Fulham.
It wasn't free-flowing football or glorious skill that got PNE back into the game, but it was exactly what so many North End supporters want to see from their team.
The Lilywhites ran hard, pressed hard, tackled hard and showed real togetherness out there in order to get back on level terms.
Ched impacts it again
Evans helped turn it around on Teesside midweek and his introduction helped PNE once again here.
He wanted it more than anyone else for the goal and made it horrible for Fulham's defenders, who did not get a comfortable second while he was on the pitch.
The striker is a leader on the pitch and demands the best of others.
Well in Liam
Frankie McAvoy was full of praise for Liam Lindsay after the game and rightly so.
The Scot gets a hard time and comes in for his fair share of criticism, but he put in a warrior-like display on Saturday.
It will give him a huge boost of confidence and make him feel firmly part of it once again.
Aleksandar Mitrovic is about as tough a test as it gets for Championship centre-backs but in the absence of Patrick Bauer, PNE's number six stepped up to the plate.
"I loved it," said Lindsay after the game. "Coming up against one of the top strikers, I thought I did okay and it was brilliant."
If your midfield wins the battle and all plays well then you will more often than not pick up results.
North End's trio of Ben Whiteman, Ali McCann and Alan Browne did just that on Saturday.
McCann was the standout, especially in the second half when he covered every blade of grass; at times it felt like he was doing the work of three or four players.
He made 10 tackles over the course of the game and was supported by Ben Whiteman and Alan Browne really well.
Whiteman brought control and calmness in the middle of the park while Browne did a bit of everything, putting in a real captain-like performance.
Officially it was over nine thousand but for anyone inside the ground on Saturday, the attendance didn't look more than eight thousand.
Granted it was an early kick-off and on Sky Sports, which meant Fulham brought less than 1,000, but the home stands were alarmingly empty.
Thankfully, those who turned out watched a second half performance to be proud of but PNE will want to see an improvement on Saturday's attendance, for the rest of the season.
In the wars
Tom Barkhuizen is in a real spot of bother after Antonee Robinson's dreadful challenge.
Patrick Bauer missed the game, Liam Lindsay took a few whacks during the game but managed to carry on while Andrew Hughes was forced off at the end with a knock.
Fulham play pretty football but they didn't half get stuck in and North End had a few players come off badly on Saturday.
Barkhuizen's looks serious but hopefully not as bad as feared; McAvoy will be desperate to have Hughes available for next weekend's derby at Blackburn.
Full injury update here.