The Iron put Walsall to the sword on their own turf as they overhauled their League One opposition by four goals to one.
Josh Morris was the hero on the night as he netted his first career hat-trick to take him into double figures for the campaign and make him the leading scoring in Europe.
The former Bradford City midfielder netted a penalty after 11 minutes before doubling his tally 90 seconds later as he fired in a rebound. Oztumer halved the deficit before the interval before Neal Bishop marked a milestone night with an emphatic strike from range.
Morris completed his treble with less than ten minutes remaining, opening out onto his left before striking into the top corner of the net.
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Following the game, Graham Alexander hailed his players as they gave him a performance that had everything he was looking for.
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Following the game, the club spoke to hat-trick hero Josh Morris, as well as other goalscorer Neal Bishop, who hit two career milestones.
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To view Neal Bishop's thoughts following the encounter, click here.
You can view a full gallery of the game, presented by photographer Simon Wright by clicking here or on the image below.
MATCH BALL: Josh Morris collected the match ball following his treble yesterday evening.
Free-scoring Scunthorpe United maintained their place at the Sky Bet League One summit with a confident 4-1 victory at Walsall, which was recorded courtesy of a hat-trick from Josh Morris.
Second-placed Bury kept up the pace by winning 3-1 at MK Dons, where James Vaughan bagged twice for the Shakers as the two sides are set to lock horns at the weekend.
Bradford City, Northampton Town, Port Vale and Sheffield United make up the top six after all four notched three points on Matchday 10.
Bolton Wanderers dropped to seventh, meanwhile, as they were beaten by mid-table Rochdale.
At the bottom, Southend United moved up to 19th after a victory at home to Oxford United.
Bradford City 2-1 Fleetwood Town
Charlton Athletic 1-1 Oldham Athletic
Chesterfield 3-3 Gillingham
Milton Keynes Dons 1-3 Bury
Port Vale 3-1 Millwall
Rochdale 1-0 Bolton Wanderers
Sheffield United 1-0 Bristol Rovers
Shrewsbury Town 1-1 Peterborough United
Southend United 2-1 Oxford United
Swindon Town 1-3 Northampton Town
Walsall 1-4 Scunthorpe United
Coventry City v AFC Wimbledon
AFC Wimbledon v Gillingham
Bolton Wanderers v Oxford United
Bury v Scunthorpe United
Charlton Athletic v Rochdale
Chesterfield v Bradford City
Fleetwood Town v Sheffield United
Northampton Town v Bristol Rovers
Oldham Athletic v Milton Keynes Dons
Port Vale v Coventry City
Shrewsbury Town v Swindon Town
Southend United v Peterborough United
Walsall v Millwall
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