Portsmouth 2-2 Wycombe: Wanderers earn late point at Fratton Park
Last Updated: 22/09/18 7:10pm
Portsmouth striker Brett Pitman thought he had hit the winner against Wycombe only for Joe Jacobson's 90th-minute penalty to deny Pompey all three points at Fratton Park.
The Chairboys could have taken the lead early on through Fred Onyedinma, only for him to have his shot deflected past the post.
But the visitors didn't have to wait long to get the breakthrough as Bryn Morris curled a low effort into the bottom corner from 20 yards out in the 21st minute.
A flurry of Portsmouth attacks followed before half-time with midfielder Tom Naylor having the best chance, which was saved by the legs of Ryan Allsop.
The equaliser came in the 57th minute when Jamal Lowe's exquisitely-placed cross was met by the head of Gareth Evans, who made no mistake from close range.
Pitman bagged his side's second goal when he arrived at the back post to nod it past Allsop in the Wycombe net.
However, Pompey defender Christian Burgess gave a penalty away in the dying moments, which Jacobson calmly struck past Craig MacGillivray.