Wycombe Wanderers scored three incredible strikes as they registered a 3-0 win over Barnsley.

Anis Mehmeti, Dom Gape and Nick Freeman all got themselves on the scoresheet as the Chairboys ended a run of three straight league defeats, in what was their first-ever victory at Oakwell.

The first real chance of the match fell to centre back Robbie Cundy who save his looping header and forced new goalkeeper Max Stryjek into a fantastic save.

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The defender’s attempt looked like it was heading into the top left-hand corner, but the Polish shot-stopper was on hand to acrobatically tip it over the crossbar.

An incredible stop.

Wanderers’ new number one was kept busy throughout the opening half as he was on deny to Luca Connell, along with Jack Aitchison, Liam Kitching and Devante Cole.

By the end of the first-half, Stryjek had made five saves from the eight shots he faced.

The South Yorkshire side were the better team, but they fell a goal behind thanks to a stunning strike from Mehmeti.

David Wheeler, who was playing as a centre forward, found Garath McCleary who gave it to the young Albanian.

The 21-year-old then managed to beat three Barnsley players before unleashing a rocket from inside the box, past Collins, and into the net.

It was his second goal of the campaign and his 12th for the club since joining in 2020.

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Wycombe had only lost one of those games he had scored in, which was against Luton Town in April 2021.

The second-half started as the first ended, with Wanderers on the attack as Garath McCleary hit the post, with Mehmeti smashing the rebound from a yard out.

The shocking miss was soon forgotten though as Gape scored his first Wanderers goal for 1,400 days, as he managed to lob Brad Collins from 60-yards with a first-time shot.

It was his first strike since scoring in a 3-2 win over Scunthorpe United in October 2018.

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A stunned silence soon fell in and around South Yorkshire as the shire audacity to attempt the shot caught everyone off guard, and this worked in Wanderers’ favour as they rounded off the match in the final 10 minutes.

This time, it was Freeman to get onto the scoresheet as he smashed in a first-time effort from 25-yards past Collins.

His previous goal for the club was in January 2020 in a 2-1 victory over Blackpool.

Up next for Wycombe Wanderers is a home tie against Bristol City on August 24 in the League Cup.