League One leaders Hull come in from behind to beat Crewe 2-1 too late The second-placed Peterborough also sealed the late 1-0 victory at Fleetwood Sunderland defeated Oxford 3-1; wins elsewhere for Charlton, Ipswich, Northampton, Plymouth, Portsmouth and Blackpool

Hull maintained his slim lead at the top of Sky Bet League One after beating Crewe 2-1 from behind at Alexandra Stadium

Chris Porter brought the home team in 66 Leading from the penalty spot after Jacob Greaves was punished for the handball, Josh Magennis equalized just five minutes later after Callum Elder fell

Mallik Wilks shot in the 90 Minute the winner from the far post home to keep the Tigers one point ahead of Peterborough

Jonson Clarke-Harris scored the only goal of the game with a free kick in the 89 Minute when the Posh scored a hard-fought 1-0 victory at Fleetwood

That kept Sunderland from moving to the automatic promotion spots after the Black Cats came from behind and beat 10-man Oxford 3-1

James Henry gave the visitors the lead after 21 minutes at Stadium of Light, but Lynden Gooch equalized in the first half after a brilliant work by Jordan Jones

Mark Sykes was sent off just past the hour after being shown a second yellow card for a late tackle against Luke O’Nien, and Sunderland took advantage of Aiden McGeady calmly heading home from the edge of the field came and Max Power grabbed the third in stoppage time

Ryan Williams hit the opener from two meters after an excellent cross from Marcus Harness and Ronan Curtis scored the 2-0 after 27 minutes Jake Beesley scored a last minute consolation for the guests

In the early game of the day, Chelsea loanee Ian Maatsen scored his first senior goal when Charlton beat Doncaster 1-0 at Keepmoat to overtake them in the standings

Blackpool finished last in the playoffs after extending their unbeaten run to 12 games with a 2-0 win at Swindon thanks to a goal from Ellis Simms and Jerry Yates The latter scored shortly after the hour against his previous club

Ipswich remains in search of a play-off spot after beating Bristol Rovers 2-1 from a flying start on Portman Road

A first-minute Luke Leahy own goal and a brilliant result from Alan Judge seem to have got the home team under control before Luke McCormick opened the deficit in the 18th Minute halved, but Rovers couldn’t find an equalizer

Ryan Watson’s goal on 27 Minute was enough to give Northampton a 1-0 win over Shrewsbury, while Plymouth beat AFC Wimbledon with the same result thanks to a skillful shot from Sam Woods early in the first half

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