Wycombe Wanderers manager Gareth Ainsworth revealed his frustration following his side’s incredible 5-5 draw at home to Cheltenham Town at Adams Park.

Despite going 1-0 down inside the first three minutes, the Chairboys twice had two goal leads throughout the contest, as Jordan Obita and Sam Vokes both scored braces in between a solo Brandon Hanlan strike.

However, Kion Etete smashed in a brilliant half-volley from 25-yards for the visitors which was sandwiched between four goals for Cheltenham’s Alfie May.

This now means the striker has bagged an impressive eight league goals in his last four league matches.

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And even though the match saw Wanderers score five goals in the league for the first time since September 2016, the draw felt like a defeat, as it means the Adams Park outfit are winless in five league games.

Speaking after the 10-goal thriller, Ainsworth said: “It’s crazy that we were two goals up twice and we’ve drawn.

"It was hugely disappointing in that second half with that defensive display, and that’s not the defenders, it’s everybody, the whole team.

“We were not good at all, second half.

“We scored five goals and that is brilliant.

“The lads have done really well going forward and I have asked for that, we have worked on that, but we’ve been so solid lately and that, I didn’t see coming.

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“We were open at times, we were rushing at things, we weren’t talking, there were two players going up for the same header, people were missing headers and it was just unrecognisable.

“For such a solid outfit we have been, we looked pretty open and that’ll be looked at in a big way for me because I am disappointed.

“When you score five goals at home, you’re expecting to win the game.

“We are a team that has played like this all season.

“We’re sixth in the league with the style that we have played so I stand by the way that we play, but we got the lockout wrong today.

“We didn’t sustain pressure in that second half, and yeah, the wind was in our face but we had that last week and we dominated then.

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“I’m gutted.

“I’m gutted for the boys because I asked them to deliver and they delivered going forward as an 18, but as an 18, we defended poorly.”

The result means Wanderers drop to sixth whilst Cheltenham move up to 15th.

Additionally, Wycombe have now scored more than 50 league goals this season (52) but have now conceded 40, being one of two clubs to concede that amount of higher in the top six.

The other team to do that are Oxford United, who have shipped 41 goals this league season.