Lewis Montrose was the hero for Wycombe as his strike deep into injury-time rescued a point in a 2-2 draw against Shrewsbury.
Tom Bradshaw and Lionel Ainsworth's late strikes looked set to condemn Wycombe to defeat but Andy Sandell and Montrose cancelled out the visitors' advantage to ensure a share of the spoils.
Shrewsbury could have found themselves ahead after just two minutes but former Wanderer Matt Harrold's header from a corner struck the post.
And the home side failed to impose themselves on the game and were booed off by sections of the crowd at the break after Shrewsbury defender Ian Sharps headed against the bar.
However, they took the lead just after the hour with left-back Sandell's superb free-kick.
But Bradshaw played the role of super-sub for Shrewsbury as he nodded home just two minutes of coming on - before Ainsworth's cracking drive put them in front.
But the home side fought right to the end and we rewarded when Montrose found the back of net late on.
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