After a goalless first half Carlisle put themselves in the lead in the forty eighth minute with a headed goal from Troy Archibald-Henville.
Going a goal down spurred on the Wanderers, however the equalising goal was very hard to find. It wasn’t until injury time in the second half when the breakthrough came when Paul Hayes lobbed the Carlisle goalkeeper from outside the area.
Even though there were just a few moments of the game left Aaron Holloway and Joe Jacobson made attempts on the Carlisle goal but failed to score.
Despite only achieving 47% ball possession during the game Wycombe fought valiantly through the game and deserved more than a 1-1 draw. Wycombe made thirteen attempts on the Carlisle goal (three on target) compared to just five from Carlisle (two on target).
The match saw thirty two fouls, sixteen from each side.
Wycombe are now in tenth place in League two with a game in hand having achieved twenty points from fourteen games.
The attendance at Adams Park was 3,457 (333 from Carlisle).