Wycombe Wanderers lost at home to Bolton Wanderers for the first time in their history, as they fell to a 4-2 defeat at Adams Park.

Before the match started, there was a minute’s of appreciation for the late Sir Bobby Charlton, following the World Cup winner’s passing at the age of 86 on Saturday.

The encounter started off slow before a howler by Max Stryjek in the Wanderers goal gifted Ian Evatt’s side the lead on 15 minutes.

Paris Maghoma, on his third start for the club since joining on loan from Brentford, let fly a somewhat tame shot from 20-yards, which Stryjek inexplicably spilt over the line.

It was his first goal for the club.

They then doubled their lead through a brilliant George Thomason lob nine minutes before the break for his first strike of the season.

However, Wanderers pulled a goal back seconds into the second half through a wonder strike from Luke Leahy, before David Wheeler equalised for the home side with 10 minutes remaining.

It looked like Wycombe were going to go for the win, before an Eoin Toal header and an Arron Morley penalty wrapped up the Trotters’ victory in the dying embers.

The result means Wycombe drop to 10th whilst Bolton remain in fourth.

Up next for the Chairboys is an away trip to Oxford United on October 28, before they end the month back at Adams Park against Cambridge United.

This will take place on October 31.