Nigerian striker Leke James on target for Molde in a six-goal thriller in Champions League qualifiers against Ferencvaros at Aker Stadion.
A thriller in Norway saw the hosts erase a 2-0 deficit only to hand a big away goals advantage to the Hungarian visitors with minutes to play.
Ferencvaros scored early in each half through Franck Boli and Myrto Uzuni as the Hungrian side looked set to cruise through the first leg.
Molde snapped awake through former Manchester United, Cardiff City, and Seattle Sounders man Magnus Wolff Eikrem, who set up Leke James in the 55th minute.
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However, Eikrem scoring a classy goal that was started on the right flank by fellow ex-Sounder and American export Henry Wingo.
Martin Ellingsen gave Molde its first lead in the 83rd, but Ihor Kharatin made it 3-3 four minutes later to send Ferencvaros back to Hungary with three away goals.
James has scored nine goals in 18 games for Molde in all competition this season.