Notts County have lost their fourth League Two match on the trot as Lincoln City ran out 3-1 winners in Saturday's match at Sincil Bank.
The Magpies, if we're not being too harsh, could do little about the opening goal, a superb effort from Imps captain Lee Frecklington.
Andy Kellett had headed clear but the ball fell to Frecklington, who sidefooted a ferocious volley from about 25 yards out which gave Ross Fitzsimons no chance.
And then Notts did manage to pull level as Kellett struck a low free kick which evaded everyone and nestled into the back of the home side's net.
Things then began going wrong when skipper Richard Duffy suffered a knee injury and was replaced by Terry Hawkridge, with Matt Tootle dropping into the back three.
And then Kevin Nolan's side were behind once again when Bruno Andrade restored Lincoln’s lead with a tidy volley before the break.
Things continued to go from bad to worse and eventually Notts were killed off when Michael O'Connor worked the ball wide to Andrade, whose cross was turned home by Anderson.
The result leaves Notts rock bottom of the table and alarm bells are now ringing loudly at Meadow Lane.