Peterhead boss Jim McInally hailed the character of his side after beating Cowdenbeath 4-2.
The Blue Toon twice came from behind to win at Central Park against the Blue Brazil.
Jason Talbot put the Fifers ahead before Mick Dunlop, making his first start for the Buchan side, got his first goal for the club.
Robbie Buchanan made it 2-1 Cowden before half-time, but after the break, Derek Lyle and Rory McAllister netted before Willie Gibson scored from a free-kick in his own half to make it 4-2.
Balmoor gaffer McInally was pleased with the resilience shown by his players to come back.
He said: “We showed a lot of character because we were behind twice and it was a really physical game.
“You could see they had a gameplan to bombard us with high balls and we had to defend plenty of corners and long throw-ins.
“Don’t get me wrong, we were equally as capable of doing that to them up the other end.
“The first goal we lost, we had a couple of bad breaks and they scored and for the second one Willie Gibson was outjumped at the back post.
“In the second-half, we really upped the tempo and when we up the tempo we’re hard to live with.
“I thought that was what won us the game.
“They felt their physicality might be too much for us but we can look after ourselves. We made them work very hard to get in front.
“Then when we upped the tempo, we were hard to live with and by the end it could have been six because we missed some chances.
“But it showed the character is there because we were behind twice and stuck to our task.”
McInally gave new loan-signing Ryan Dow his debut as a sub and added: “It was good to get Ryan on for his debut and he never gave the ball away once so he showed how good he’ll be for us.”
McInally was also pleased to see defender Dunlop find the net in his second appearance for the club following an ankle ligament injury.
He said: “It’s brilliant for Mick because he’s been out for a long time and he’s not the most natural athlete to get fit.
“He played 70 minutes and he was out on his feet, but it’s good for him to get the minutes under his belt.”
The win keeps Peterhead second in League Two.