Crewe made it back-to-back League Two wins with a convincing 4-1 comeback victory away to Forest Green.
Goals from Chris Long, Elliot Nevitt and an eight-minute brace from Courtney Baker-Richardson saw the Railwaymen clinch all three points in a fine second-half display.
Reece Brown opened the scoring for Forest Green but the visitors turned on the style after the break to record a comfortable win.
Reece Welch was denied at point-black range following a corner but Brown took full advantage as he slammed home the loose ball after 35 minutes.
Rovers failed to deal with a bouncing ball and Long capitalised as he drove into the area and slid under goalkeeper Luke Daniels to level matters.
Baker-Richardson then powered home a Joel Tabiner corner, directed towards the near post, just after the hour mark as Crewe took the lead.
Baker-Richardson added a third as he hammered home a right-footed effort from the edge of the area after Rovers failed to clear after 69 minutes.
While Long drove to the byline and delivered a low cross for substitute Nevitt to tap home a fourth for the rampant visitors.
Match report supplied by PA Media.