Wycombe Wanderers have been relegated from the Championship despite beating Middlesbrough 3-0 at the Riverside.

Wanderers started the game knowing they needed a 13-0 win as well as other results going their way for a chance to avoid the drop.

Derby, Sheffield Wednesday, and Rotherham all picked up a point meaning Wycombe finished the season in 22nd just one point from safety.

Gareth Ainsworth’s men ended the season with a dominant performance scoring three goals more and keeping a clean sheet.

Fred Onyedinma gave the Chairboys the lead in the 13th-minute latching on to a pinpoint ball from Ryan Tafazolli to then prod it over the onrushing Jordan Archer.

The lead was doubled in the 33rd minute after Uche Ikpeazu battled his way to the byline before playing the ball into Garath McCleary's path who found the back of the net with a clever finish.

Middlesbrough were unable to test David Stockdale in the first half and this continued into the next forty-five as Wycombe comfortably sailed through the second half.

Wycombe added a third ten minutes after the restart when a deep corner was headed back towards goal by Tafazolli and Jason McCarthy was there to nod in from close range.

The Chairboys then started to run riot as clever play from Ikpeazu and Admiral Muskwe who played a neat one-two and the number nine fired an effort high over the bar from just outside the box.

Muskwe then looked to be in behind Middlesbrough backline but a great last-ditch challenge from Grant Hall denied the forward.

Ikpeazu also looked to add a fourth and his seventh of the season as Jonny Howson hesitated on the ball inside his own box and the striker stole the ball back but his effort was smartly saved.

Muskwe, Ikpeazu, and McClearly were all standout performers going forward and the three combined to create a chance for the former but his goal-bound shot was deflected.

Neil Warnock was unable to hide his frustration and he received a yellow card with ten minutes to go as his Boro side were unable to test Wycombe’s backline.

There was also time for a quick cameo from Mr Wycombe himself, Matt Bloomfield who came on in the 90th minute taking the captain’s armband from Joe Jacobson.

It is not known if this will be his last appearance in a Wycombe shirt but what we do know is the Chairboys will play in League One next season after what has been an unforgettable season in the Championship.