Barnsley 2-1 Wycombe: Cauley Woodrow brace for Tykes
The Tykes strengthen their grip on second spot in League One
Last Updated: 16/02/19 6:31pm
Cauley Woodrow scored both goals as Barnsley strengthened their grip on second spot in League One with a 2-1 win against Wycombe.
Barnsley's Daniel Pinillos saw his low shot deflected wide before the hosts took the lead.
The goal came from a 13th-minute penalty, Woodrow scoring from the spot after Luke Bolton was penalised for his foul on Mike Bahre.
Pinillos' deflected long-range effort was then palmed wide by Ryan Allsop.
Wycombe went close to equalising when Nick Freeman's shot forced a good save from Adam Davies.
At the other end, Alex Mowatt wasted a good chance just before the break when he shot straight at Allsop from close range.
Ryan Hedges and Jacob Brown then combined to set up a second goal for Woodrow, who fired into the roof of the net after 64 minutes.
Woodrow went close to a hat-trick with a header which was tipped over by Allsop.
Wycombe had skipper Adam El-Abd sent off deep into stoppage time following an off-the-ball clash with Cameron McGeehan.
Joe Jacobson scored a consolation penalty at the death for the 10 men after Ethan Pinnock fouled Scott Kashket, but Barnsley had already done enough.