Fleetwood substitute Josh Morris struck late to earn his side a deserved 2-2 draw against Shrewsbury.
Morris fired home in the 87th minute via a slight deflection from 18 yards after Jason Cummings’ had put the Shrews 2-1 ahead just minutes earlier.
That was the second time Town had battled back from behind, with Lewie Coyle having levelled at the start of the second half after Shaun Whalley had netted for the visitors.
Fleetwood dominated in the early stages with Ched Evans and Wes Burns both missing excellent opportunities.
Danny Andrew also fired a 20-yard free-kick just off target for the hosts.
Despite all their dominance, Fleetwood almost conceded in the 37th minute when Whalley thumped a shot against the crossbar after meeting Scott Golbourne’s lay-off.
Whalley made no mistake two minutes later, however, tapping home a rebound after Callum Lang’s initial strike was parried into his path by Town goalkeeper Alex Cairns.
Fleetwood were back on terms within four minutes of the restart when defender Coyle buried a shot low past Max O’Leary after executing a perfect one-two with Evans.
Shrews substitute Cummings made it 2-1 to the Shrews in the 81st minute courtesy of a low angled strike after he met Whalley’s through-ball, before Morris evened it up with three minutes left.