Wycombe Wanderers have provided an update on both Brandon Hanlan and Luke Leahy following the club’s 1-0 defeat against Stevenage.

Both players required medical assistance in the loss at Adams Park which resulted in 14 minutes of additional time being played in each half.

Firstly, Hanlan was seen requiring oxygen after being tussled to the ground by Boro captain Carl Piergianni on the half-hour mark.

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The battle between the two led Hanlan to suffer a serious knee injury.

Then during the second period, Leahy collided with teammate Josh Scowen as Wycombe were defending their goal.

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He would go on to sustain a serious head injury which led the game to be halted for nearly 20 minutes.

During that period, a section of Stevenage’s fans began to hurl abuse at the ex-Bristol Rovers man.

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They were both taken to hospital for further treatment, but have since been discharged.

A club statement read: “Both Brandon Hanlan and Luke Leahy have been discharged from hospital and are resting at home.

“The club treats head injuries in particular with the utmost caution and we thank those who handled the situation with dignity and respect and those who have sent well wishes.”

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Following the fixture, Stevenage manager Steve Evans has claimed that Wycombe ‘wanted the game to be abandoned’, whilst Wanderers boss Matt Bloomfield ‘categorically’ denied the claims.

He would go on to say that he was ‘angry, disgusted, upset and sad’ during the loss against the Hertfordshire-based team, due to incidents surrounding Hanlan and Leahy, along with the way a portion of Stevenage supporters conducted themselves during the encounter.