Former Plymouth striker thwarts Torquay United at Wycombe
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TWO GOALS by former Plymouth Argyle striker Paris Cowan-Hall helped Wycombe Wanderers to come from behind and inflict Torquay United's third successive defeat at Adams Park.
Alan Knill's Gulls led 2-1 at half-time, after grabbing the lead for only the second time this season.
On-loan Charlton forward Ade Azeez fired in his second goal for United from Kevin Nicholson's left-wing cross in the 27th minute.
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The lead lasted only a minute, before ex-Gulls striker Jo Kuffour held off Krystian Pearce to equalise from eight yards out.
But Pearce, who headed a great chance wide, made up for that miss in the 37th minute, powering a header in off a defender and the underside of the bar from Lee Mansell's corner.
But Wycombe came out for the second half in fighting mood, and they levelled in the 52nd minute when Kuffour crossed for Cowan-Hall to head home.
United goalie Martin Rice pulled off two magnificent saves to keep United on terms midway through the second half.
But in the 76th minute Cowan-Hall got his head to Billy Nott's right-wing corner and the ball looped in off the far post to give Gareth Ainsworth's Chairboys all three points.