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Clinical Paul Hayes slammed home a penalty with the last kick of the game to secure a last-gasp victory for Wycombe Wanderers against Exeter - but was he your key man?

The skipper stepped up 12 minutes into stoppage-time to go and kept his cool to blast the Chairboys into ecstasy after the Grecians had cancelled out Sam Saunders' early opener.

Wanderers boss Gareth Ainsworth said: “What a way to bury the jinx of Tuesday nights at home. It’s a proud moment. We had so much adversity in the game and I’m just speechless.

“The silence just before Hayesy took the penalty in the stadium is something I’ve never heard at Wycombe Wanderers before. It was an eerie moment.

“To hold his nerve and slot it home as a captain would do was fantastic. To a man, everyone was fantastic tonight.

“On chances, I think we deserved the win. On possession, maybe not. That’s football though and the only stat that matters is the goals and the 2-1.”