Wycombe forward Adebayo Akinfenwa felt the 3-3 draw was definitely a point gained for the Chairboys as they came back with 10 men to secure a thrilling share of the spoils against Peterborough.

Akinfenwa bagged a brace on his 150th appearance for the club, including a cool 95th minute penalty after scoring an excellent header to haul his side back to 2-1.

Akinfenwa said: "I felt in the second half there was only one team that was going to win it.

"We are disappointed to concede two set pieces as we have been very good at that this season defensively.

"It shows what we are and we are a good team when we get it right. It is a point gained rather than two dropped just in the manner of the way the game went.

"We are still unbeaten at home so we take the positives out of it."

Despite his brace, Akinfenwa was as modest as ever, heaping praise upon his team-mates for their comeback.

He added: "The first goal was trademark Akinfenwa.

"It gave us the momentum to get back into the game. Goalscorers get the limelight but Jack Grimmer and Gapey were amazing.

"The defence were amazing. Ryan made a great save late on, Jack dived on it, Tools [Anthony Stewart] dived on it.

"Curtis was amazing before he got sent off. As I said, the goalscorers take the limelight but everyone, to a man, can take heart from the second half performance.

"The togetherness and culture here is amazing. It is a rare thing. Everyone wants to work and second half we tried to put it right.

"The culture and togetherness is as important as the ability and long may it continue."

Akinfenwa stepped up as coolness personified for his equalising spot kick and he joked: "I was thinking don't miss!

"JJ is our designated penalty taker and the gaffer gives me responsibility to decide who to take it.

"Today was a different pressure and as captain, I felt I should take responsibility and I felt calm and cool and fortunately it went in."