Leicester City U21s fought back from two goals down to beat Fleetwood on penalties in the Checkatrade Trophy on Tuesday night.
The Foxes, who included Danny Simpson in their line-up, were two goals down with 10 minutes to go, after Chris Long and Conor McAleny had put Joey Barton’s Fleetwood in control.
But Ryan Loft, who had earlier missed a penalty, pulled a goal back in the 80th minute and then equalised in the fifth minute of stoppage time, before Leicester prevailed 7-6 on spot-kicks.
Elsewhere, Swindon saw off fellow Sky Bet League Two side Newport 1-0.
Michael Doughty scored from the penalty spot after 77 minutes to seal the victory after Elijah Adebayo had been brought down in the box.
It was a sixth of the campaign for the 25-year-old, of which five have already come from penalties.