Cheltenham booked their place in the League Two play-offs hitting back from a goal down to see off Bradford City 3-1 at the Abbey Business Stadium.
Nahki Wells put Bradford City ahead in the eighth minute with a fine low finish and only a string of saves from home goalkeeper Scott Brown kept the score down before a remarkable second-half turnaround.
Substitute Kaid Mohamed created Jimmy Spencer's first with a run and cross down the left to level the scores less than a minute after the restart.
Brown made a flying save to keep out James Hanson's drive as Bradford almost regained their advantage in the 47th minute, but after that it was all Cheltenham.
Luke Summerfield's pass set up Spencer for a well taken second in the 63rd minute, the on-loan Huddersfield striker curling a shot into the top right corner.
And Ben Burgess sealed Cheltenham's third home victory in succession with a deft finish after Sido Jombati picked him out with a long ball in the 71st minute.
Lambe and his Toronto FC teammates have tied the Major League Soccer record for consecutive losses to start a season after losing 3-2 in Salt Lake Saturday night, its seventh straight defeat.
A goal in the 93rd minute from Salt Lake midfielder Jonny Steele tied Toronto with the 1999 Kansas City Wizards, who also lost their first seven games.
Despite a strong start from TFC, particularly midfielder Eric Avila, Salt Lake scored inside seven minutes after loose defending on a corner gave defender Chris Schuler an easy chance in front of the net.
Toronto seemed to struggle with Realís passing game for the rest of the first half, but a smooth move three minutes after halftime, from TFC midfielder Julian de Guzman to forward Ryan Johnson and finally to Avila, cut through Salt Lakeís penalty box and levelled the score.
Avila almost grabbed his second goal five minutes later with a curling shot that hit the top of the crossbar. Salt Lake, nevertheless, retook the lead in the 57th minute after an errant cross went off the knee of Toronto defender Richard Eckersley and past goalkeeper Milos Kocic.
Toronto substitute Doneil Henry, off a pass from defender Miguel Aceval, tied the score again in the 77th minute, and sparked a seesaw battle in the final 15 minutes.
Both teams had chances to score the winner, but with Toronto bunched together inside its own penalty box with under 90 seconds to play Steele, from midfielder Kyle Beckerman, blasted the ball into the net, sending TFC players crumbling to the turf in exhaustion and despair.