Wycombe moved to the top of the League Two table with a controversial 3-1 win over 10-man Morecambe.Wonder strikes from Sam Wood and Joe Jacobson helped Gareth Ainsworth's side maintain their unbeaten record over Morecambe who were in the game for long periods but saw their challenge hit by the sending off of star man Jamie Devitt. Wycombe took the lead through a superb strike by Sam Woods on 10 minutes. The midfielder collected the ball 40 yards from goal and let fly with a volley that dipped sharply and curled over the stranded Barry Roche. Five minutes later the home side were denied a penalty when Kevin Ellison was bundled over by Aaron Pierre but referee Phil Gibbs waved play on and Wycombe went to the other end and added a second. Alfie Mawson's header from Joe Jacobson's corner was blocked on the Morecambe line but veteran striker Paul Hayes was on hand to stab the loose ball home from close range. Wycombe continued to threaten but when they lost Pierre after a collision with his own goalkeeper they lost their shape and were made to pay when Andy Fleming nipped in front of his marker to flick home Jamie Devitt's superb left wing cross. Devitt then turned villain for Morecambe when he was shown a straight red card for an off-the-ball incident with Peter Murphy and the Chairboys added to their tally with Jacobson's 72nd-minute free kick. The left-back let fly with a stunning left-footed shot from 35 yards that flew into the top left-hand corner of Roche's goal with the keeper left with no chance.