Shrewsbury 2-1 Wycombe: Ollie Norburn penalty seals win
Last Updated: 16/03/19 7:12pm
Ollie Norburn's stoppage-time penalty capped a dramatic late fightback from Shrewsbury as they snatched a 2-1 win over Wycombe.
Jason McCarthy's free-kick gave the Chairboys the lead midway through the second half before Omar Beckles headed an 87th-minute equaliser.
Then came Norburn's even later winner from the spot.
Shrewsbury were first to threaten as Shaun Whalley's early shot was kept out by Wycombe goalkeeper Yves Ma-Kalamby.
But the visitors then created several first-half chances, with Shrewsbury's Steve Arnold stopping Paris Cowan-Hall's close-range effort and then tipping Alex Samuel's volley over the crossbar.
Arnold also did well to block an Anthony Stewart header.
Wycombe took the lead in the 67th minute as McCarthy found the top corner from a free-kick.
Shrewsbury equalised three minutes from time when substitute Beckles headed in Greg Docherty's free-kick before, deep into stoppage time, skipper Norburn scored the winner from the spot after Whalley was brought down by Adam El-Abd.