Wycombe boss Gareth Ainsworth was pleased with his side's 2-2 draw against Blackpool at Bloomfield Road which extended his side's unbeaten run in League One to four games.

Adebayo Akinfenwa gave the Blues the lead on 12 minutes, thumping home a header from Joe Jacobson's excellent corner.

Blackpool equalised on 50 minutes when Ben Heneghan nodded home Jordan Thompson's set-piece.

However, Wanderers regained the lead two minutes later when Jacobson's corner eluded everyone and went straight in.

The Tangerines grabbed a late leveller on 84 minutes when Paris Cowan-Hall fouled Nya Kirby in the box and Harry Pritchard slammed home the penalty.

Ainsworth said: "Blackpool are a very good side. Don't be surprised that they are near the top, they have a lot of quality players.

"They have players who have played in the Premier League. That was a really good point for us. We weren't great but we made some chances and defended stoutly.

"This game wasn't going to be on but fair play to the club and the groundstaff and they got the game on.

"I am not disappointed at that at all and that was a good point for us."

Jacobson was credited with Wycombe's second goal but full-back Jason McCarthy also claimed it hit him before going in.

Ainsworth joked: "I am not sure who's it was. It was a defender's.

"I can't see who scored it. The first one was Bayo's and that was a fantastic header from him. The balls in from Jacobson were fantastic. He is renowned for that and he has got that and if Jason has a touch, then brilliant but it was a good battling point and I would have taken that before the game."