Here is the moment Wycombe Wanderers keeper Max Stryjek put himself in Chairboys folklore following his penalty and rebound save in the club’s 1-0 win over Oxford United.

The Polish shot-stopper first denied Cameron Brannagan from the spot before pushing away a James Henry rebound.

This came after the new signing from Livingston fouled Marcus Browne in the box after failing to retrieve a Chris Forino header.

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His brilliant double stop happened just moments before the game was halted due to a medical emergency in the stands, which delayed proceedings for around 45 minutes.

In all, Stryjek made eight saves in the contest despite Oxford having 29 shots on goal.

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In other Wanderers GK news, Tyla Dickinson has moved to Hungerford Town on a one-month loan deal.

He made his debut in the Crusaders’ 3-2 away win at Bath City.

This means youth keeper Josh Blunkell will be Wycombe’s interim second choice, following his brief loan spell at Suffolk’s AFC Sudbury in the Non League