European U21 Championship qualifier: Northern Ireland 4-2 Estonia
Northern Ireland went top of their European Under-21 Championship qualifying group after an impressive win over Estonia at Mourneview Park.
Ryan Johnson's early back-post finish put Ian Baraclough's side in front, but Estonia hit back with goals from Frank Livak and Rauno Sappinen.
A superb Dale Gorman strike made it 2-2 and Mark Sykes hit the bottom corner just past the hour mark.
Keeper Matvei Igonen's own goal made sure of a third win out of four for NI.
Northern Ireland are three points clear at the top of Group 2 although second-placed Spain, who beat Slovakia 4-1, have two games in hand.
Johnson netted the opener after just two minutes from a Jordan Thompson free-kick.
Livak tapped in nine minutes later and Sappinen connected with Michael Lilander's cross to nod home in the 20th minute.
Gorman's cracker into the top corner brought the sides level two minutes from the break.
Glenavon midfielder Sykes scored on his home ground with a low shot on 61 minutes.
A deserved win was sealed with 15 minutes left as Sykes saw his shot smash off the underside of the bar and hit keeper Igonen before going in.