Nahki Wells was an unused substitute as Burnley continued their pursuit of European football as two goals in three second-half minutes gave them a 2-1 Premier League win at Watford.
Burnley’s hopes of finishing in sixth place looked like faltering at Vicarage Road after Roberto Pereyra put the Hornets in front on the hour mark, but quickfire replies from Sam Vokes -- seconds after coming off the bench -- and Jack Cork saw Sean Dyche's men close the gap on Arsenal to two points.
It was also their fourth successive top-flight win, the first time they have achieved such a feat since 1968, and a seventh away success of what has been a memorable campaign.
Reggie Lambe played 75 minutes as Carlisle United and Swindon Town played to a scoreless draw at the.
Dante Leverock was named the JK Navra Trans Man of the Match in their 0 – 0 draw with Tallinn Flora in the Super Eight Round.
Willie Clemons and his Bodens BK teammates traveled 8 hours down to Hälsingland for a match against top-fired Hudiksvall FF.
Clemons would score on his debut in a 2 – 2 draw.
Bodens BK took the lead after 19 minutes when Clemons found himself in front of the goal and scored before Hudiksvall’s goalkeeper could make a save.
However, the joy was short when a delicate cross from Andreas Smedbakken found Erik Torstensson, who scored.
Both teams created some chances in the beginning of the second half, but Bodens BK took the lead after 52 minutes. Arish Nouri struck a corner where all the home team missed the ball, and Oscar Stjernquist managed to shoot the ball into the goal just inside the penalty area.
Hudiksvall equalized from a free kick when Andreas Persson’s shot went under the wall and fell to Patrik Ruzicka who slipped the ball into the open goal making it 2-2.