Dons leave Wycombe Wander-ing
League One: Review
MK Dons come out on top in a stunning 4-3 derby victory over Wycombe Wanderers at Stadium MK to remain 4th in Npower League One.
The Dons went ahead through Dean Bowditch in the 14th-minute but the game came alive after the break when the visitors scored twice in a minute through Stuart Beavon and Marcello Trotta to put the Chairboys ahead.
The home side reacted well and Bowditch scored his second just three-minutes later to level the tie before two more goals from Jabo Ibehre and Mathias Doumbe made the score 4-2.
In the final minute a long-range strike from Beavon beat David Martin to put Wanderers just one goal behind but that was not enough and the three points belonged to MK.
Karl Robinson, the MK Dons manager, praised his side; "What a good win. The football we played was sensational.
"We have literally steamrollered sides in this month and it has been magnificent to watch. But we have got to cut out the silly mistakes."
Wycombe boss, Gary Waddock took positives from the defeat saying; "With three goals away from home you would more often than not like to get a point or three from the game, but it wasn't to be."
Elsewhere in League One, Notts County stretched their unbeaten home run to eight games - beating 10-man Scunthorpe 3-2 after a late goal from Julian Kelly.
Second-place Sheffield Wednesday ended Leyton Orient's nine-mach unbeaten league run with a routine 1-0 victory at Hillsborough.
Sheffield United won 1-0 away at bottom-of-the-league Chesterfield – Ched Evans scored a good individual goal with eight-minutes remaining to earn his side all three points.
Brentford scored through Sam Saunders with 12-minutes to go to beat Rochdale 2-1, leaving the Dale just one point from the relegation zone.
Exeter won comfortably against Tranmere in a 3-0 win at St James' Park with goals from Scot Bennett, Danny Coles and Richard Logan.
Struggling Yeovil won 1-0 away at Hartlepool with a 25th minute goal from Bondz N'Gala proving vital for Town, while Carlisle saw off Colchester 1-0 thanks to Paul Thirlwell's goal in the 22nd-minute at Brunton Park.
Preston's winless run was stretched to 13 after losing 1-0 away to Bury – David Amoo's first-half goal the difference between the sides, and both Stevenage v Walsall and Bournemouth v Oldham ended goalless.
League leaders Charlton welcome third-place Huddersfield to the Valley on Monday night – a win for Huddersfield would put them just two points behind the leaders.