Norwich City loan player Tony Springett scored a dramatic stoppage-time equaliser as Northampton Town drew 2-2 at Oxford.

The 21-year-old winger - on loan at Northampton until the end of the season - showed good composure with a tidy finish in a crowded goalmouth after collecting Will Hoskins’ left-wing cross for his first league goal.

“It was an excellent moment for Tony and I’m really pleased for him. He’s had to be patient for his opportunities," said Northampton boss Jon Brady.

“He came on today and the little dummy he did just before when the ball comes across goal… he’s calm enough to move the defender and it was an excellent finish.

“It was a fantastic point overall and I’m very pleased for the boys.

“I felt we were very disciplined in our approach tonight and clinical.

“We reduced them to a lot of shots from distance. (Goalkeeper) Louie Moulden came to the fore right at the end but apart from that, they didn’t really trouble us.”

There was plenty of Norwich City interest on the scoresheet in the League One clash, with former Canary Josh Murphy giving Oxford a fifth-minute lead before another ex-City player, Will Hondermarck, levelled 10 minutes before the break.

Will Goodwin scored his first goal for the U’s before Springett earned Northampton a point with his composed finish in the third minute of stoppage-time.

Another Norwich loan player, Emmanuel Adegboyega, scored the final goal in Walsall's 3-0 League Two win at home to Morecambe, who had fellow Canaries loanee Archie Mair in goal. It was Adegboyega's second goal in two games for the Saddlers.