Two goals from Gary Madine and one from Ben Marshall helped Sheffield Wednesday to a controversial win over Scunthorpe.
Madine's bundled effort put the Owls ahead but The Iron were given a penalty before the referee reversed his decision after consulting an assistant.
An angled effort from Marshall made it 2-0 before Bobby Grant pulled one back with a calm finish from inside the box.
Madine scored again when he slotted home and Wednesday held on despite Mark Duffy's late strike from 12 yards.
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Sheffield Wednesday manager Gary Megson told BBC Radio Sheffield:
"I think in terms of the four home games we've played, that's probably the worst we've played.
"We were a yard less in pace than we should have been.
"At two nil we should have controlled the game a lot better than we did."
Scunthorpe United manager Alan Knill told BBC Radio Humberside:
"I'm sick of hearing about being unlucky and there's nothing unlucky about conceding three goals.
"I have to say as well, I was delighted with effort considering we had 120 minutes on Thursday.
"It puts you at a disadvantage for doing well but you have to take it on the chin.
"There were some poor decisions made - I think the referee was awful."