Match ends, Wrexham 0, AFC Telford United 4.
Bottom-of-the-table Telford shocked 10-man Wrexham at the Racecourse Ground.
The visitors led 2-0 inside 10 minutes through Sam Smith's superb finish and Tony Gray's close-range header.
And when Connor Jennings was dismissed for a late tackle on Godfrey Poku on 30 minutes, Wrexham faced an uphill task.
|AFC Telford rewrite record books|
|Telford enjoyed their biggest league win at Conference top flight level since reforming in 2004 - their best since a 5-1 win at Accrington (November 2003).|
|The Bucks, who had never previously won at Wrexham, had lost 4-0 and 4-1 on their only two previous Conference Premier visits.|
|Telford won back-to-back league games for the first time in 60 matches - and it was only their second clean sheet of the season.|
The Bucks confirmed the points with Gray's emphatic finish and centre-half Neill Byrne's unopposed header which had the home fans streaming home with still 20 minutes left to play.
Telford are now unbeaten in five games under new manager Steve Kittrick to five, their second straight Conference away win lifting them to within a point of second-from-bottom Nuneaton - nine adrift of safety.
Wrexham slip to 16th place, 10 points adrift of the play-off places and with pressure mounting on manager Kevin Wilkin.
Wrexham manager Kevin Wilkin:
"Telford - scrapping and battling for their lives - got in our faces and there was a real hangover from the Stockport game when we won 6-1.
"They didn't allow us to move the ball around, they got the ball in good areas and stretched us.
"That's not good enough. I'm accountable and I'm responsible for that. You set the players up, ask them to do a job and they haven't done that."
AFC Telford manager Steve Kittrick told BBC Radio Shropshire:
"I don't think the sending off had an impact on the game. We fully deserved to win. It was a vibrant performance. If we get points on the table, we will be closer to what we want to do.
"It's great see the change. I wanted the players to play high up the field as we have nothing to lose. They have all put a shift in and it's great to see a smile on everyone's face.
"The players just needed a bit of belief. Players have a point to prove when you're bottom of the table. They all have excellent CVs and want to be playing at the highest level they can."
- 4SmithBooked at 15mins
- 18WhiteBooked at 6minsSubstituted forWaterfallat 46'minutes
- 16YorkSubstituted forTomassenat 46'minutes
- 15EvansSubstituted forClarkeat 71'minutes
- 24JenningsBooked at 31mins
- 21ToddBooked at 62minsSubstituted forOwensat 74'minutes
- 18SmithSubstituted forCookeat 81'minutes
- 10GraySubstituted forDixonat 84'minutes
- Darren England
- Shots on Target
Second Half ends, Wrexham 0, AFC Telford United 4.
Attempt saved. Adam Farrell (AFC Telford United) right footed shot from outside the box is saved.
Corner, AFC Telford United.
Attempt missed. Andy Owens (AFC Telford United) header from the left side of the box misses to the right.
Corner, AFC Telford United.
Substitution, AFC Telford United. Kyle Dixon replaces Tony Gray.
Attempt saved. Louis Moult (Wrexham) right footed shot from the right side of the box is saved. Assisted by Joe Clarke.
Substitution, AFC Telford United. Sean Cooke replaces Sam Smith.
Attempt missed. Adam Farrell (AFC Telford United) right footed shot from outside the box misses to the left.
Foul by Ben McLaughlin (AFC Telford United).
Steve Tomassen (Wrexham) wins a free kick.
Foul by Louis Moult (Wrexham).
Andy Owens (AFC Telford United) wins a free kick.
Attempt missed. Sam Smith (AFC Telford United) right footed shot from outside the box is too high.
Foul by Neill Byrne (AFC Telford United).
Andy Bishop (Wrexham) wins a free kick.
Substitution, AFC Telford United. Andy Owens replaces Andy Todd.
Foul by Andy Bishop (Wrexham).