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Wycombe 3 Lincoln 1 - stats,reaction,highlights - UPDATE#2
Sat Sep 7, 2019 19:29

Wycombe 3 Lincoln 1 - stats, reaction, highlights

Saturday 7th September 2019

Football League 'League One'


Wycombe: Allsop; Grimmer, Jacobson, Stewart, Charles, Gape, Bloomfield (sub 59 Ofoborh), Freeman, Kashket (sub 67 Akinfenwa), Wheeler, Samuel (sub 90+6 Aarons) - subs not used: Yates, Pattison, Phillips, Parker

Scorers: Jacobson 5,36,75

2nd goal was announced at the match as Darius Charles and then later by the Press Association as an Own Goal by Bostwick.

On Monday 9th September 2019, the ‘Dubious Goals Panel’ awarded the goal to Joe Jackson – thus confirming his hat-trick.

Bookings: Allsop 51

Lincoln: Vickers; Eardley, Bostwick, Shackell, Toffolo; Connolly, O’Connor (sub HT Akinde); Andrade (sub 90+5 Chapman), Payne (sub 74 Anderson), Grant; Walker - subs not used: Smith, Bolger, Melbourne, Anderson

Scorers: Akinde 50

Bookings: Connolly 90+14

Referee: Chris Sarginson

Attendance: 5,562 (785 away)

Team News

One change from the starting XI that had drawn 0-0 at Wimbledon the previous Saturday

In: Alex Samuel
Out: Adebayo Akinfenwa

New signings Rolando Aarons and Nnamdi Ofoborh included on the bench and both came on to make their Wanderers debut. Bournemouth loanee Ofoborh was also making his senior debut for any club.


from wwfcofficial

Gareth Ainsworth

“Blooms’ wellbeing is the biggest thing for me and I’m glad to say he’s back on his feet. I’m flabbergasted that the ref hasn’t stopped the play. Blooms’ dedication to win that ball sums him up as a character.”

“I went in to see Blooms straightaway but he told me to go back out and worry about the team instead of him. He’s a phenomenal captain, and he’s captain of the team that’s top of League 1.”

“I got the players over during the stoppage, and we galvanised each other. We made a tactical change to match them up and play a high press. I think it worked.”


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As widely reported, the victory left Wycombe in top spot in the third tier of English football for the first time in their history. The unbeaten run of seven games is also the longest run at a start of third tier season for Wanderers.

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