Wycombe Wanderers fans will have few days out as satisfying as Saturday's 4-1 triumph at Cheltenham Town's Whaddon Road to return to the top of League Two.
Steven Elliott had broken the deadlock for the Robins before Paris Cowan-Hall got the Chairboys back on level terms in a blistering first four minutes.
Paul Hayes missed a penalty for Wycombe and Cheltenham made life difficult for themselves when Lee Vaughan saw red with more than an hour still to play.
Steven Craig’s first goal of the season a Joe Jacobson pearler and late Matt McClure effort completed the job in style for Wycombe as they once again reside at the top of the table.
"That's called bouncing back and the players have been superb," boss Gareth Ainsworth said.
"We did some homework and my assistant Richard Dobson went to Stevenage last week to watch Cheltenham and I thought we set up perfectly against them.
"The lads really got it spot on today.
"I thought it was a sending off because it was a horrendous tackle, but I thought we were in control anyway."