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Wycombe 0-4 Birmingham

Wycombe were brushed aside at Adams Park on Wednesday as they bowed out of the Carling Cup in the 1st round, losing to Birmingham 4-0.

The Championship were ahead early when Mehdi Nafti (14) scored his first goal for Birmingham, three and a half years after signing, from 20-yards. The home side could've levelled through Scott McGleish but he was denied by Birmingham 'keeper Colin Doyle and a that was about as good as it got for Wycombe.

Sebastien Larsson (64) and Cameron Jerome (73) ensured that there would be no upset, with on-loan striker Quincy Owusu-Abeyie (86) scoring the goal of the match towards the end to wrap things up.

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Wycombe were outclassed by their Championship opponents really weren't they, so there can't really be many complaints about this defeat can there?

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Writer: Site Staff Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday August 14 2008

Time: 11:51AM

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It's going be tough away to you lot at Wycombe. After 3 straight losses it surely should be anything but another Imps loss. We hope!
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