Elsewhere, Liam Kelly picked up his first man of the match award for Reading as the Royals climbed to third after a 2-1 victory over Cardiff.
The 21-year-old has come a long way in a short period of time. His league debut last October was something of a disaster as he was taken off by manager Jaap Stam after just 28 minutes.
Such an experience must have rocked Kelly but he has bounced back brilliantly to emerge as a key player for Reading in recent months. He looks to have a big future.
Mick McCarthy cut a frustrated figure as Ipswich conceded a late equaliser to draw 1-1 at Preston.
“We’re disappointed, to be honest,” McCarthy said. “Of course we thought we’d done enough to hang on, but the late goal was a big blow.”
In the FA Cup, Alan Power sparked a massive giant-killing by scoring Lincoln’s equaliser in their 3-1 win over Brighton.
Richie Towell was handed a rare start and his goal gave Chris Hughton’s men a half-time lead.
It was all change after the interval, however, as Conor McGregor lookalike Power equalised from a penalty before imitating the UFC star’s strut in his celebration.
Lincoln didn’t look back from there, scoring twice to book a place in the last 16 of the cup for the first time in 115 years.
In League Two, James Collins scored in Crawley’s 2-1 defeat at Notts County while Pádraig Amond netted, also in a losing cause, as Hartlepool went down to Newport.
In the Scottish Premiership, Graham Cummins scored twice as St Johnstone beat Hamilton 3-0 while Gary Dicker struck in Kilmarnock’s 3-2 win over Ross County.