Brentford scored four goals in the last 16 minutes to record a thumping 5-0 victory over Preston North End with Scott Hogan bagging a hat-trick.
The Bees striker opened the scoring 11 minutes before half time after latching onto a delightful through ball from Romaine Sawyers.
Harlee Dean looked to have made the points safe before the visitors completely collapsed and conceded three goals in just 196 seconds as the game drew to a close.
Hogan had his second before Chris Humphrey put the ball through his own net and the striker had his hat-trick moments later.
The Bees took time to get into the game and the pace of their play left a lot to be desired. When they clicked though, they had too much for North End.
Sawyers split the defence with a beautiful pass for Hogan and the striker made no mistake from close range.
Preston forced a few chances but Dan Bentley was impressive in the Bees' goal to keep deny Jordan Hugill.
The Bees made the points safe when Dean scored his first goal in nearly two years as he blasted the ball home from close range after the visitors failed to clear Lewis Macleod's corner.
Preston were reduced to 10 men for the closing stages when Marnick Vermijl was forced off with injury and the visitors had used all three substitutes.
And they collapsed to allow Hogan to score his second as he punished a poor Daniel Johnson backpass.
Chris Humphrey, who had come on as a substitute, put the ball through his own net from Josh Clarke's cross before Hogan was gifted time in the area to complete his hat-trick that he has threatened to do several times before.