A superb double from Harry Wilson helped Hull City secure their Championship status for next season with a thrilling 5-5 draw with Bristol City.
Wilson netted twice from distance in a topsy-turvy match, with the Liverpool loanee netting an early opener at Ashton Gate with a classy left-footed finish. His clever free-kick later hauled the Tigers back to within a goal of the hosts at 4-3 down 18 minutes from time.
Hull, who went on to lead 5-4, were denied victory by an equaliser deep into stoppage time, but the point ensured they are safe from the threat of relegation.
Fresh from being named the club’s Player of the Month for March earlier in the week, Wales international Wilson produced another outstanding display that earned him the Hull Daily Mail’s Man of the Match award.
“Opened the scoring with another stunner before surpassing that with a decisive free-kick that made it 4-3. Seven goals in nine starts shows he’s destined for a higher stage,” wrote the newspaper.
Elsewhere, Lazar Markovic scored in Anderlecht’s 2-1 loss to Genk, Divock Origi appeared as a late substitute in Wolfsburg’s 3-0 defeat to Borussia Monchengladbach and Jon Flanagan played as Bolton Wanderers were beaten 4-0 by Championship champions Wolves.
In League Two, Matty Virtue completed the full 90 minutes as Notts County kept their hopes of automatic promotion alive with a 4-1 win over Yeovil Town, while Andy Firth’s Chester lost 3-1 to Maidstone United in the National League.
Connor Randall, meanwhile, featured as Hearts lost 2-1 to Rangers on Sunday.