A brilliant Jordan Obita free-kick rescued a point for Wycombe Wanderers, as the Chairboys drew 2-2 away at Sheffield Wednesday.

The left-back’s stunning goal midway through the second half not only means Wycombe are now unbeaten in three, but they are now joint top in League One.

The opening 20 minutes was a quiet affair as David Stockdale saved well to deny Florian Kamberi’s half-volley from 20-yards, before Bailey Peacock-Farrell clawed away an inswinging Obita corner kick.

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Despite the lack of quality, Wednesday’s biggest threat was coming from Josh Windass and Kamberi.

The duo combined well to force another important save by Stockdale, as he made himself big to deny the latter.

It seemed that with all the possession, it looked like Wednesday were going to get the opening goal, but against the run of play, Wycombe took the lead through Anis Mehmeti.

In what was the first real bit of attacking play for the visitors, it came from an Obita backheel that found McCleary.

McCleary ran down the touchline and laid it off to Mehmeti, who made a yard for himself the box and unleashed a shot that took a deflection past the Wednesday goalkeeper 

Wednesday credited the goal to Sam Vokes, but Mehmeti ran off celebrating, which means if it was scored by the former Norwich player, that’s three in two matches for the youngster.

The Wycombe fans were singing, the Wednesday fans went quiet and the tide had swung the Chairboys' way.

However, the atmosphere suddenly changed.  

With eight minutes left of the first-half, several Wednesday fans, along with Wycombe’s McCarthy, called the attention of referee Darren Drysdale due to an incident in the North Stand.

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Medics and stewards ran across the pitch to deal with the commotion, which led to both sets of players being sent back to the dressing rooms.

It was later revealed to be a ‘crowd disturbance’ rather than a medical situation, and the game resumed around 10 minutes later.

This seemed to give Wednesday some life as they returned with fight and grit.

And this new lease of life saw the Owls get their equaliser on the stroke of half-time, when Lee Gregory rounded Stockdale, before he passed it to Shodipo who tapped in from close range.

It was his first of the season. 

The half-time whistle came at a good time for Wycombe as the Wednesday front line penetrated the Wanderers defence until no end, but whatever Gareth Ainsworth said at the break fell on death ears, as the Owls took the lead after 49 minutes.

Shodpio again caused the Wycombe backline headaches, and after he found Windass with a bit of space, he unleashed a powerful drive that flew underneath Stockdale and into the goal.

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It was his second goal in two league games this season.

However, Wanderers didn’t panic, as they patiently peppered Peacock-Farrell with attempts, before a moment of brilliance got Wycombe back into the game.

The Chairboys were awarded a free-kick just outside the Wednesday box, and up-stepped Obita who curled in the set-piece from 25-yards.

It was a brilliant way to score your first goal for the club.

Wednesday pushed to find the winner but Stockdale was on hand to catch any crosses that flew into his box, whilst the back four did well to hold their line and stop any potential Owls attacks.

The result means Wanderers are now on 38 points for the season and despite dropping down to third following the draw, they are now joint top with Rotherham and Wigan.

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However, the draw means Wycombe have yet to win at Hillsborough in four attempts.

Up next for Wanderers is Burton Albion on December 7 at Adams Park.