Yakou Meite scored unbeaten Reading's fastest ever competitive goal to extend their lead at the top of the Championship to seven points with an impressive 4-2 win at Blackburn.
The Ivorian capitalised on good fortune to score after only eight seconds - his third in two games - before in-form Adam Armstrong guided home a beautiful equaliser two minutes later.
Much was made of Blackburn's potent attack against Reading's mean defence before the game but Veljko Paunovic's men highlighted their own dangerous forward line with a blistering start that saw them net another two before the 19th minute through Michael Olise and Josh Laurent's first Royals goal.
Tony Mowbray's side were given hope in the 66th minute through Armstrong's glancing header but the visitors had the final say courtesy of former Rover Lucas Joao, who capped a fine individual performance with a composed finish eight minutes from time.
Wycombe picked up their first ever point in the second tier as they held Watford to a 1-1 draw.
The Chairboys, playing at this level for the first time in their history, had lost their opening seven games but stopped the rot against the Hornets.
Ismaila Sarr put the visitors ahead shortly after half-time at Adams Park but Anthony Stewart levelled for the Chairboys and they held out for a memorable result.
Swansea were the big movers on the evening as they climbed into the top two with a 2-0 home win over Stoke.
Jay Fulton put the Swans in front on the half-hour and then Kasey Palmer's late strike made the game safe, earning a first win in four.
Kenny McLean's late strike kept Norwich's good run of form going as they drew 1-1 at Brentford.
The Canaries had begun to click into gear, winning three in a row, but were heading for defeat in west London when Ivan Toney opened the scoring in the first half.
But McLean's first goal of the season three minutes from time earned the visitors a point.
Valerien Ismael made the perfect start as Barnsley head coach after leading his new side to a 3-0 victory over QPR at Oakwell.
A penalty from Cauley Woodrow, as well as a strike from Conor Chaplin and an own goal from Yoann Barbet gave Barnsley their first Championship win of the season.
Late goals from Britt Assobalonga and Djed Spence earned Middlesbrough a 2-0 win over Coventry at the Riverside Stadium.
Assombalonga's first of the season proved the catalyst for the win to extend Middlesbrough's unbeaten run to seven matches and Spence wrapped things up with a second deep into stoppage time.