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2017/18 English League Two, Regular Season
  • Matt Bloomfield (28')
  • Luke O'Nien (31')
  • Paris Cowan Hall (90'+3')
  • Marcus Bean (90'+6')
  • Luke O'Nien (48')
  • Daniel Grainger (49' PEN)
  • Jamie Devitt (68')
  • Cole Stockton (70')

Last-gasp Marcus Bean goal earns 10-man Wycombe sensational comeback win

Marcus Bean's first goal for Wycombe snatched the most astonishing of victories for the 10-man Chairboys, as two stoppage-time goals saw them defeat Carlisle 4-3 at Adams Park.
Wycombe struck twice in three minutes to lead 2-0 after 31 minutes, as Matt Bloomfield's scuffed opener was quickly followed by Luke O'Nien's goal.
But the mood changed early in the second half when Kris Twardek's shot hit the arm of O'Nien on the line and after the midfielder was sent off, Danny Grainger stuck away the resulting penalty.
The hosts were then awarded a penalty of their own when Jack Bonham took out Nathan Tyson, but the goalkeeper redeemed himself by saving Joe Jacobson's spot-kick.
It looked to be crucial, as Carlisle turned the game on its head. Jamie Devitt's equalising header from James Brown's cross was followed by Cole Stockton's goal from Brown's free-kick.
But there was an incredible twist late on as Paris Cowan-Hall's diving header levelled the match before Bean's brilliant volley into the bottom corner sent the Wycombe faithful home happy.

English League Two Standings

POS Team GP GD PTS
1 Crewe Alexandra 37 +24 69
2 Swindon Town 36 +23 69
3 Plymouth Argyle 37 +22 68
4 Exeter City 37 +10 65
5 Cheltenham Town 36 +25 64
6 Colchester United 37 +15 58
7 Northampton Town 37 +14 58
8 Port Vale 37 +6 57
9 Bradford City 37 +4 54
10 Salford City 37 +3 50
11 Forest Green Rovers 36 +3 49
12 Crawley Town 37 +4 48
13 Grimsby Town 37 -6 47
14 Walsall 36 -9 47
15 Newport County 36 -7 46
16 Cambridge United 37 -8 45
17 Leyton Orient 36 -8 42
18 Carlisle United 37 -17 42
19 Oldham Athletic 37 -13 41
20 Scunthorpe United 37 -12 40
21 Mansfield Town 36 -7 38
22 Macclesfield Town 37 -15 32
23 Morecambe 37 -25 32
24 Stevenage 36 -26 22