Ben Hutchinson was the Lincoln savour as the Imps shared the points on the road for the first time this season in a 2-2 draw at Wycombe.
The Celtic loanee popped up with 21 minutes remaining to level proceedings after Kevin Betsy and Scott Davies had looked to have secured all three points for the Chairboys.
Mustapha Carayol's wonder strike had got the Imps level once in the first-half and Hutchinson repeated the trick after the interval.
The Chairboys, fresh from a 4-3 win at Rotherham last week, didn't take long to find the net with Betsy notching after just 48 seconds.
However the Imps got themselves back level in the 21st minute when former Torquay winger Carayol smashed in a screamer for goal-shy Lincoln's first goal in four away games.
But the home side were back ahead seven minutes before the interval with a spectacular strike of their own - this time Reading loanee Davies firing in off the bar from the edge of the box.
However a different Lincoln emerged after the break and Hutchinson - having gone close on the hour mark - levelled proceedings in the 69th minute after good work from Drewe Broughton.
And the dominant Imps might have won it late on but Broughton hit the crossbar with just three minutes remaining.
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