October 2, 2012
Madjo earns share of spoils
|Wycombe Wanderers||Plymouth Argyle|
|36 Jordan Archer||1 Jake Cole|
|6 Leon Johnson||5 Darren Purse|
|30 Gary Doherty||14 Onismor Bhasera|
|2 Danny Foster||17 Curtis Nelson|
|18 Charles Dunne||4 Maximo Blanchard|
|7 Gareth Ainsworth||3 Robbie Williams|
|17 Joel Grant||30 Ross Jenkins|
|8 Stuart Lewis||6 Conor Hourihane|
|28 Josh Scowen||11 Warren Feeney|
|22 Jo Kuffour||18 Guy Madjo|
|29 Matt McClure||32 Alexander MacDonald|
|21 Lee Harrison||Rene Gilmartin 20|
|5 Dave Winfield||Luke Young 8|
|27 Anthony Stewart||Joe Lennox 19|
|9 Matthew Spring||Andres Gurrieri 27|
|20 Dean Morgan||Nick Chadwick 9|
|33 Olly Taylor||Rhys Griffiths 10|
|32 Junior Morias||Paris Cowan Hall 7|
|Dean Morgan for Matt McClure (76)||Paris Cowan Hall for Warren Feeney (62)|
|Matthew Spring for Gareth Ainsworth (77)||Rhys Griffiths for Guy Madjo (80)|
|Junior Morias for Jo Kuffour (85)||Nick Chadwick for Onismor Bhasera (84)|
|Danny Foster (75)||Ross Jenkins (37)|
|Junior Morias (90)||Darren Purse (90)|
|· Squads: Wycombe Wanderers | Plymouth Argyle|
Guy Madjo's second-half equaliser earned Plymouth a share of the spoils at Wycombe and denied caretaker boss Gareth Ainsworth a first win in charge of the Chairboys.
Matt McClure gave Wycombe the lead after 11 minutes, heading home an Ainsworth cross as the hosts looked for their second league win of the season.
But Madjo's header from the excellent Alex MacDonald's cross levelled it up after the break and earned Carl Fletcher's men a point, extending their unbeaten run to four matches.
Ainsworth, 39, cut inside Robbie Williams for the opener and delivered a measured cross that McClure headed beyond Pilgrims keeper Jake Cole.
Jo Kuffour's goal-bound shot was blocked before Stuart Lewis shot wide for the home side, while at the other end MacDonald's cross was headed wide by Onismor Bhasera with Jordan Archer beaten.
The visitors levelled the match in the 50th minute, Madjo guiding his header past Archer from MacDonald's right-wing cross.
Wycombe almost netted at the death, Cole superbly saving Joel Grant's powerful effort before Conor Hourihane rattled the crossbar from 30 yards for the visitors.