Oxford Utd 2-2 Wycombe
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Johnny Mullins' injury-time equaliser helped maintain Oxford's unbeaten start to League Two against 10-man Wycombe.
The visitors took the lead when Dean Morgan nodded home and went close through Neil Arnold's 40-yard lob.
Wycombe's Charles Dunne was dismissed for an elbow and Oxford levelled when Danny Rose's free-kick was misjudged by Matt Ingram and bounced straight in.
Morgan restored Wycombe's lead from the spot after he was fouled by David Hunt before Mullins drilled home late on.
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Wycombe manager Gareth Ainsworth told BBC Three Counties Radio:
"It was a great performance by the boys. We didn't turn up at all last week and this week I made sure the lads knew what they were playing for.
"For the want of a couple of decisions which I disagreed with, we might have held on and taken the [three] points, but I'm not going to gripe about any refereeing because it's a part of the game.
"Billy Knott had an immense debut. He has energy, passion, drive, everything that I like in a player, and on top of that he's got Premiership quality with his left foot."