Two goals in injury time saw Crewe Alex beaten in dramatic circumstances by Exeter City at Gresty Road on Tuesday.
Atfer a tense encounter Shaun Miller thought he had won it for the home side when he struck the opener on 88 minutes.
But incredibly the Railwaymen allowed Jordan Moore-Taylor to force home a leveller on 92 minutes, and then even deeper into injury time Jayden Stockley broke Crewe hearts with a far post header.
Shock was replaced by boos which rang around the stadium at the final whistle, as the home side threw away a chance to record back-to-back wins for the first time since August.
And it leaves Crewe deep in trouble near the foot of League Two.
Stoppage-time goals from Jordan Moore-Taylor and Jayden Stockley saw Exeter City turn what looked to be a late defeat into a 2-1 win over struggling Crewe Alexandra to move back into the play-off spots.
In an even game, both sides used the ball nicely but struggled to create chances before Shaun Miller's 88th minute goal was cancelled out by Moore-Taylor's stoppage time equaliser and Stockley headed home with practically the last touch of the game.
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Exeter City scored two goals in stoppage time to beat Crewe Alexandra 2-1 at the Alexandra Stadium to move back into the play-off places.
In a match with little in it, Crewe thought they had won it on 88 minutes when Shaun Miller turned the ball home.
However, captain, Jordan Moore-Taylor fired in to level things a couple of minutes after the 90 before Jayden Stockley was on hand at the far post to send the travelling City fans home delighted when he headed in.