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Wycombe vs Sunderland: What happened in CRAZY finish as THREE players sent off

September 17, 2019


 Watmore pounced on an error by home goalkeeper Ryan Allsop to earn a 1-1 draw after Alex Samuel’s 35th-minute opener seemed to have earned the points for the hosts  But a touchline clash between Sunderland’s George Honeyman and Wycombe’s Nathan Tyson led to both players – who had earlier been substituted – shown the red card by referee Lee Swabey  And there was still time for Wycombe’s Marcus Bean to also be dismissed for a bad foul on Watmore more than 10 minutes into added time  Leaders Luton saw their advantage at the top cut to three points as they were held to a goalless draw at Plymouth  The home side delivered a solid defensive performance to frustrate the visitors, with keeper Matt Macey making a pair of stunning saves to deny James Collins and Elliot Lee  Second-placed Barnsley took full advantage as they stretched their unbeaten league run to 17 games with a 2-0 home win over Accrington  Dimitri Cavare set the Tykes on their way with a 41st-minute opener and an own goal by Will Wood in first-half stoppage time all but sealed another win for the home side  Bottom club AFC Wimbledon gave a huge boost to their survival prospects with a 2-0 win over Doncaster  The game changed after Rovers had John Marquis sent off shortly after the interval, with Steve Seddon opening the scoring after 67 minutes and Shane McLoughlin making sure of the win in added time  Fellow strugglers Bradford got new boss Gary Bowyer’s reign off to a flying start with an impressive 3-1 win over fading Peterborough  Having hit the bar in the first half, Jacob Butterfield lashed the opener after 70 minutes and Eoin Doyle grabbed a second for the Bantams seven minutes from time  Lewis O’Brien made it 3-0 three minutes later before Posh grabbed a last minute consolation through a Marcus Maddison penalty  Almost 16,000 Blackpool fans had a party to remember as the Seasiders salvaged a 2-2 draw against Southend  Supporters flocked back to Bloomfield Road following the departure of the Oyston family from the club last week but they saw the visitors twice take the lead through Rob Kiernan and Michael Turner  Blackpool, who had initially equalised through Armand Gnanduillet, levelled again deep stoppage time when an own goal from Taylor Moore sparked wild scenes of celebration  Rochdale responded to the departure of boss Keith Hill in midweek by ending a run of four defeats in a row with a 2-1 win over Shrewsbury  Goals from Kgosi Ntlhe and Jimmy McNulty put Dale in command before Greg Docherty pulled one back in the last minute and Ollie Norburn came close to snatching a draw  A first-half goal from Jonson Clarke-Harris gave Bristol Rovers a precious 1-0 win at Scunthorpe, while goals from Morgan Ferrier and Dan Scarr saw Walsall beat Fleetwood 2-0 and Brandon Hanlan headed home an 89th-minute winner as Gillingham saw off Oxford 1-0

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  • Reply fragrancematt. March 10, 2019 at 2:25 pm

    What the fuck is this video?

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