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English League One sides Charlton and Ipswich played out arguably one of the most entertaining games of the season in Europe.
The two teams played out a thrilling 4-4 draw as The Tractor Boys (Ipswich) missed out on the chance to go top of the division.
They were moments from a famous victory and enjoyed a two-goal cushion deep in stoppage time, but Charlton somehow found a way to equalize.
League One league leaders Plymouth are not in action until Monday, which provided Ipswich with the perfect opportunity to steal a lead at the top of the pile.
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As reported on BBC, they made the perfect start after taking a 2-0 lead through George Edmundson and Tyreece John-Jules, but somehow let it slip as Charlton clawed back the game to 2-2 through Jesurun Rak-Sakyi on 63 minutes and Albie Morgan on 76 minutes.
After 90 minutes, the scores were still 2-2 and it looked like both teams would settle for the draw, but Ipswich had other ideas.
Freddie Ladapo (90+1) and Sam Morsy (90+4) scored for Ipswich in stoppage time to make the score line 4-2 and the narrative changed once again as it looked like the visitors had redeemed themselves for letting their earlier lead slip.
But once again, in an extraordinary final twist of the game, the visitors collapsed once again as Terell Thomas (90+6) pulled a goal back.
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Another remarkable comeback was complete when George Dobson found the net with one of the last strikes of the game to ensure spoils were shared.
All this unfolded with Charlton boss Ben Garner in the stands after getting himself sent off.
In the Premier League, Sports Brief reported on Wolves striker Diego Costa getting sent off after he headbutted Brentford's defender Ben Mee at the Community Stadium.
Costa clattered into Mee deep into stoppage time as Wolves chased for a late winner.
The Brazilian, a former striker at Chelsea, is known for his abrasive nature and it has taken him less than five games in a Wolves shirt to get his first dismissal.
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