Wycombe Wanderers made it two league wins from two as they smashed promotion-pushing Peterborough United 5-2 in an entertaining encounter at Adams Park.

The day began with the Chairboys sitting in 16th place, just four points clear of the relegation zone, whilst the Posh were fourth, three points off the automatic promotion places.

But you would have thought it was Wycombe that were fighting for a place in the Championship, as they peppered Boro with several attempts during the opening stages.

Kieran Sadlier’s attempt was saved by Nicholas Bilokapic, with the Australian keeper being on hand to deny Richard Kone a goal on the latter’s first-ever start in the Football League.

Peterborough offered little to nothing up top, resulting in Wanderers taking advantage.

On 38 minutes, Kane Vincent-Young produced an incredible Cruyff turn on the left-hand side, and beat three defenders whilst on a mazy dribble which included a textbook stepover.

He then created a low cross turned into his net by Archie Collins, as Adams Park was left stunned by the incredible run Vincent-Young had been on.

It will go down as one of the assists for the season.

Wycombe then doubled their lead right on the stroke of half-time as Jack Grimmer scored his first Adams Park goal for the club since joining nearly five years ago.

His brilliant one-two with Richard Kone allowed the Scotsman to make it two goals in two games after he hadn’t scored in over two years.

Boos were heard at half-time from the Posh faithful as they were flat during the first period, and things got worst for the Cambridgeshire-based team as they went three down through a goalkeeping error.

Bilokapic was pressured into giving the ball away by substitute Beryly Lubala, with his stray pass finding the feet of Sadlier who smashed home from the edge of the box.

It was his fifth of the season, and his third in as many games.

Peterborough managed to get two goals back in the space of 120 seconds through a brilliant strike from David Ajiboye and an own goal through Ryan Tafazolli, but strikes from Sam Vokes and David Wheeler, both substitutes, wrapped up an amazing afternoon at Adams Park.

It’s the first time in two years that Wanderers had scored five at home.

Up next is Bolton Wanderers away on February 13.