Nahki Wells scored against his former side to help Bristol City in a 2-1 win over QPR in West London.
QPR was arguably the better side in the first-half and they took the lead through Rob Dickie’s header inside just 12 minutes.
After soaking up the pressure and with five minutes of the first half remaining, Wells struck against his former side with a second goal in as many games.
Nagy struck the winner just five minutes after the interval with QPR a more nullified side as the game progressed. Wells could’ve had another goal but saw a late free-kick kiss the post, while the hosts missed opportunities, notably through Macauley Bonne and Albert Adomah.
Dale Eve and his Spennymoor Town teammates had a night to forget saw they would fall to a first home defeat of the season, going down 2 – 0 to Guiseley AFC.
Guiseley AFC got single strikes from Adam Kellet and Gabriel Johnson.
Milan Butterfield was once again not in the Chesterfield team, as they played to a scoreless draw with Aldershot Town.
Justin Donawa was not in the Solihull team that scored two second-half goals as they defeated Hartlepool United 2 – 0.
Hartlepool was reduced to ten men in the 37th minute when Timi Odusina who was the last man brought down Jamey Osborne was shown a straight red.
Krystian Pearce and James Ball scored a goal each to secure all three points.