Wycombe's 46-year-old goalkeeping coach Barry Richardson was forced into action 15 minutes into his side's match at second-placed Plymouth - and he kept a clean sheet.
Wanderers won the match 1-0 and it was the first time Plymouth have not scored at Home Park all season.
Richardson's last professional match was back in 2005, but after an injury to first-choice keeper Alex Lynch, he was forced to come on during the League Two match.
Plymouth were not impressed by the visitors' tactics, if this tweet from the club is anything to go by: "Wycombe came here to waste time, niggle and get under our skin. They did it and they won. See you next week."
Elsewhere, Accrington Stanley moved deeper into the play-off zone with an important 1-0 win over fellow promotion hopefuls Bristol Rovers.
Sean McConville scored the 69th minute winner to move Stanley up to fifth place - two points behind their opponents with four games in hand.
Mansfield also moved up into the top seven after Chris Beardsley grabbed the only goal of the game at Crawley, despite the Stags having Matt Green sent off late on.
Kevin Nolan's honeymoon as Leyton Orient boss came to an end in a 3-1 home defeat to Cambridge.
Two goals from Ben Williamson put the visitors in command and after Armand Gnanduillet briefly reduced the deficit, Jimmy Spencer sealed the Cambridge victory.
Jack Compton scored a hat-trick as Yeovil moved three points clear of the relegation zone with a 3-2 win at AFC Wimbledon.
The Glovers twice came from behind to cancel out efforts from David Fitzpatrick and Tom Elliott before Compton's 63rd-minute penalty ensured the win.
Two goals from Scott Boden gave Newport a 2-1 win at Morecambe, who had briefly drawn level in the 60th minute through a Shaun Miller effort.