Wycombe left back Joe Jacobson has admitted that Wycombe lacked ‘quality at the right times’ following Wanderers’ 2-2 draw at home to Wimbledon.

The Welshman scored an injury-time penalty to rescue the Chairboys a point, in a match that has seen Gareth Ainsworth’s men drop down from second to fourth.

The draw also means that the Chairboys are winless in their last match matches against the South Londoners – a run that stretches back to October 2014.

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Speaking after the match on December 11, he said: "It [the match] had everything.

“The only thing that it probably lacked from us was a bit of quality at the right times.

"We seem to have had quite a few last minute penalties over the years and I’m always going to put myself forward to take them – today [Dec 11], I really wanted it - it went in and we were able to get the point in the end.

"I think Jason [McCarthy] just gave me the ball and that was it, everyone just let me go and take it.

“They all say they want one and in training, it’s easy to go and take one, but in matches, people sometimes don’t want it.

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Jacobson’s equaliser came minutes after Jack Rudoni thought he had scored Wimbledon’s winner, with an injury-time header that got past David Stockdale.

The goal was scored in front of a jubilant away end, as the Wombles thought they had won at Adams Park for the sixth time in seven visits.

However, moments later, Paul Osew pulled down Sullay Kaikai in the Wimbledon box, and up-stepped Jacobson to slot the penalty away.

It was his third goal of the season, and his first at Adams Park this campaign.

Jacobson continued: “It’s a bit disappointing that we didn’t get the next goal because we were in total control in the second half.

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“I think in the first half, we weren’t at the races and we were a little bit sloppy - we got into the right areas but we were just sloppy with our final balls and passing. In the end, did we do enough to get the win?

“Maybe, maybe not.

“We didn’t take our chances, so I think a draw is a fair result."

Up next is Bolton Wanderers away on Saturday.