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MK Dons 2 - Southampton 0 - Stats

MK Dons
2 - 0
Southampton

NPower League One

Stadium MK

Weds 15th Sept

Attendance: 8,133

Referee: Mr Graham

MK DonsSouthampton
Balanta, Leven
Martin     Davis    
Lewington     Harding    
Doumbe     Fonte    
O'Hanlon     82 Seaborne    
Woodards     Butterfield    
Hamann     55 Oxlade-Chamberlain     91
Leven     Puncheon    
Chadwick     Hammond    
Easter     Schneiderlin    
Baldock     11 Connolly     65
Guy     Lambert    
Substitutes
Searle     Bialkowski    
Chicksen     Dickson    
Flanagan     Jaidi    
Carrington     Mills    
Ibehre     11 Guly    
Balanta     55 Wotton     65
Wilbraham     82 Holmes     91
Game Statistics
6
Goal Attempts
6
4
On Target
2
2
Corners
5
4
Fouls
10
1
Yellow Cards
1
54
%
46
Comments...
For large periods of the first half Southampton looked the team most likely to score. As the half passed by the Dons came more into it and by half-time they were matching Saints in all departments. The second half began with the Dons showing more often and eventually the pressure told with a ball over the top of our back four which Fonte totally misread, Balanta ran on and smashed the ball home with glee. Dons then began to exert even more pressure on Saints and another ball in from Dons left created panic and after a fine Davis save the ball was slotted home by Leven. In the end a deserved win for the Dons but again it was a case of if only for the misfiring Saints.

Writer:SFC Forever
Date:Friday September 17 2010
Time: 10:39AM

Comments

0
Usual story for us. Good first half poor second. Nigel has some work to do and then some.
stellarnw
17/09/2010 12:18:00
0
Oh Yeh - Good first half - must have left my roses tinted glasses at home. In the first half they were average to poor , second half poor to crap. Hardly made any impression on MK Dons in the first half except for a 5 minute spell when they managed between 2 - 3 shots off target. I've never seen such a poorly organised, lack lustre performance in a long time. Nigel will have his work cut out.
les5tar
17/09/2010 22:30:00
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