Shrewsbury Town 1 – Wycombe 2- Visitors ecstatic after win at Montgomery Waters Meadow

Shrewsbury Town 1-2 Wycombe Wanderers

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Shrewsbury Town fell to a home defeat at the hands of Wycombe Wanderers at Montgomery Waters Meadow on Tuesday. Shrewsbury Town had been hopeful of continuing their run, following a 2-1 victory against AFC Wimbledon. Wycombe lost 1-0 in the last match they played against Milton Keynes Dons. As it stands, Shrewsbury Town are in 21st place on the table and has 8 points while Wycombe sit in 6th with 17 points after 10 matches.

After an un-eventful first half, Wycombe certainly were out of the blocks quickly in the second half, thanks to a goal from Joe Jacobson, 52 minutes in. The Chairboys looked to have the game under control when they scored again and incerased their lead, thanks to a goal from Ryan Tafazolli at the 66 minute mark to establish a 2-0. Shrewsbury Town in turn, then responded, at 78 minutes increasing their lead with an effort from Matthew Pennington and seeing the game end 2-1.

For Shrewsbury Town, Tom Bloxham and Nathanael Ogbeta, came on for Daniel Udoh and Shaun Whalley. Wycombe brought on David Wheeler, Garath McCleary and Adebayo Akinfenwa, to replace Sullay Kaikai, Brandon Hanlan and Sam Vokes.

There were bookings for Shaun Whalley, Ethan Ebanks-Landell and Luke Leahy from Shrewsbury Town. For Wycombe, Sullay Kaikai, Jack Grimmer, Anthony Stewart and David Stockdale saw yellow.

Shrewsbury Town will next travel to Bolton Wanderers, while Wycombe will face Morecambe FC at home.

Technical card:
Shrewsbury Town: Shaun Whalley (Nathanael Ogbeta, min.87), Ethan Ebanks-Landell, Luke Leahy, Daniel Udoh (Tom Bloxham, min.76) and Matthew Pennington
Wycombe Wanderers: Sullay Kaikai (David Wheeler, min.70), Joe Jacobson, Ryan Tafazolli, Jack Grimmer, Brandon Hanlan (Garath McCleary, min.82), Anthony Stewart, Sam Vokes (Adebayo Akinfenwa, min.87) and David Stockdale
Stadium: Montgomery Waters Meadow
Goals: Joe Jacobson (0-1, min. 52), Ryan Tafazolli (0-2, min. 66) and Matthew Pennington (1-2, min. 78)