Joey Barton wins the first victory in charge of Fleetwood as the safe victory of third level of Accrington

Joey Barton claimed his first win over Fleetwood over Oxford on Saturday

Joey Barton got his first win as manager of Fleetwood with a 2-0 victory at Sky Bet League One in Oxford.

Summer signing Ched Evans fired Fleetwood with his first goal since December 2016 and Paddy Madden settled things with a late penalty.

There was also a first for Accrington at Bristol Rovers as Sean McConville's key gave Stanley a historic victory.

Joey Barton claimed his first win over Fleetwood over Oxford on Saturday

Joey Barton claimed his first win over Fleetwood over Oxford on Saturday

McConville opened the scoring six minutes before Stefan Payne drew late. But McConville hit again at the last minute to give Accrington his first victory in the third level of English football.

Barnsley are the first to set the pace after beating Bradford 2-0 to keep the top spot by goal difference. The points were sealed by Tom Bradshaw's diving header and Victor Adeboyejo's short-range finish.

Doncaster, Peterborough, Gillingham and Portsmouth also have 100 percent registrations after two games.

Grant McCann's Doncaster beat Wycombe 3-0, with Mallik Wilks, Joe Wright and John Marquis scoring the second half.

Peterborough lagged behind Ian Henderson in the 17th minute at Rochdale, but he recovered to win comfortably 4-1.

Jason Cummings, on loan from Nottingham Forest, Mark O & Hara and Matt Godden were on target before halftime. O & # 39; Hara added another in injury time for his third goal in two games.

Gillingham fought back to beat Burton 3-1 after Liam Boyce's header in the 26th minute put the Brewers ahead. Substitute Tom Eaves scored twice, his first arrival only two minutes after he had been introduced, with Luke O & # 39; Neill also on target.

Josh Maja scored for the second game that Sunderland ran in the hands of the new Luton boys

Josh Maja scored for the second game that Sunderland ran in the hands of the new Luton boys

Josh Maja scored for the second game that Sunderland ran in the hands of the new Luton boys

Portsmouth won 2-1 in Blackpool when former Derry striker Ronan Curtis scored his first goals in English football. Curtis hit after nine and 59 minutes to accumulate more misery on one side of Blackpool shaken by the midweek game of manager Gary Bowyer.

Interim manager Terry McPhillips saw Blackpool claim a late consolation when Pompey defender Matt Clarke put up his own net.

Sunderland, meanwhile, is sixth after drawing 1-1 at Luton. Josh Maja scored for the second consecutive game in the halftime hit, but Matty Pearson called for the Hatters.

Charlton beat Shrewsbury 2-1, with Karlan Ahearne-Grant claiming a winner in stoppage time.

Lenell John-Lewis tied for the Shrews seven minutes from the end after Lyle Taylor put Charlton forward just after the hour of play.

There were 1-1 draws between Plymouth and Southend and Scunthorpe and Walsall.

Graham Carey put Plymouth ahead from the spotlight, but Jason Demetriou also converted a penalty for Southend.

Zeli Ismail's penalty gave Walsall a share of the spoils after Lee Novak's first goal of the season, while AFC Wimbledon and Coventry fought in a goalless draw in south-west London.

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