Published: 16/02/2013 21:20

Fleetwood Town 0 Burton Albion 4

Written byTOM SLOAN

All three goalscorers celebrate Calvin Zola's goal in front of the Brewers travelling fans All three goalscorers celebrate Calvin Zola's goal in front of the Brewers travelling fans

BURTON Albion stunned promotion rivals Fleetwood Town 4-0 at Highbury Stadium to move back into the League Two automatic promotion places.

The Brewers hit four second half goals after the dismissal of home keeper Scott Davies to win away from the Pirelli Stadium for the first time since November.

Jacques Maghoma scored from the spot following Davies’s dismissal before Billy Kee made it 2-0 with a cracker from the edge of the area.

Maghoma grabbed his second late on before Calvin Zola climbed off the bench to add a fourth in stoppage time.

Albion are now five matches unbeaten in the chase for promotion and seem to be finding momentum at just the right time.

They also recorded their best away win since promotion to the Football League, beating the 6-3 victory at Barnet last season.

See Monday’s Burton Mail for a full report.

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