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Wycombe hit back to beat Stevenage

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Wycombe Wanderers secured their third win in four games as they came from behind to defeat Stevenage 3-1 with Peter Murphy among the scorers at the Lamex Stadium.

Murphy has scored in all three of the Chairboys' victories in the new campaign, which they have begun well after narrowly avoiding relegation from League Two last season.

Stevenage went ahead after 32 minutes when Charlie Lee played an excellent ball forward and Darius Charles won the ball in a 50-50 with Wycombe goalkeeper Matt Ingram before hooking into an empty net.

But Wycombe drew level in real style as their captain Paul Hayes set up Paris Cowan-Hall's cross for himself before firing an excellent shot into the top corner.

And the Chairboys went ahead just before half-time when Murphy beat Stevenage goalkeeper Sam Beasant to Steven Craig's free-kick to stab in from a few yards.

The win was secured in the 90th minute when Stuart Lewis got to a long ball before Beasant and his fellow sub Matt McClure had an empty net to roll into.

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