Pompey remain unbeaten in League One following a 2-2 draw with Wycombe at a soaked Fratton Park.
The Blues’ had to come from behind after falling behind to Bryn Morris' strike and looked to be heading for three points when Gareth Evans and Brett Pitman scored second half headers.
But Joe Jacobson netted from the penalty spot in the closing stages of the tightly contested match to ensure the contest finished all square.
After the match, midfielder Evens said: “We’re disappointed not to win after going 2-1 up late on, although it’s obviously a positive that the unbeaten run continues.
“The conditions weren’t really conducive to good football, but it was the same for both teams and that’s not an excuse.
“I think the fans could see that there wasn’t a lot of nice stuff played and we weren’t able to get into our attacking rhythm.
“The referee was giving a lot of free-kicks for minor things and some of the decisions were wrong, although I’d have to watch the penalty incident back again.
“A big part of Wycombe’s game is winning those petty fouls and getting the ball into the box because they’ve got physical players. It is difficult to play against and you have to adapt.
“When the game pans out like that it’s tough, but we can take our unbeaten record to Rochdale next week and hopefully get a result there.”