Highs and lows at the PTS... Cobblers 2 Crawley Town 2 in pictures
The Cobblers supporters were certainly exposed to the full range of football emotions on Saturday as they watched their team draw 2-2 with Crawley Town.
Cruising at 2-0 up going into the final stages, and with homegrown hero Shaun McWilliams having scored his first goal for the club, things were looking rosy, with the Cobblers looking good for a third straight win.
But 25 minutes later it was heartbreak as a freakish Joe Martin own goal levelled the score, with Crawley having initially got back into the game with a 70th-minute Ashley Nathaniel-George strike.
That Martin own goal came five minutes into time added on, and left the home players and supporters stunned, with the atmosphere at the final whistle more akin to the team having lost the game rather than drawn it.
On the plus side, the draw stretched the Cobblers' unbeaten run to three matches, and sees them sitting in 12th place in Sky Bet League Two after 10 games, ,just three points off the play-offs and six off the top three.
The Cobblers now have a free week before they return to action with a trip to third-from-bottom Morecambe on Saturday.