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 By PA Sport
Aug 26, 2014

MK Dons boss shocked by win

Will Grigg of Milton Keynes Dons celebrates scoring the opening goal during the Capital One Cup Second Round match between his side and Manchester United.

MK Dons boss Karl Robinson admitted he was as shocked as anybody after watching his League One team claim a stunning 4-0 win over Manchester United in the Capital One Cup.

Louis van Gaal's men are still looking for a first competitive win under the Dutchman after two goals apiece from Will Grigg and Benik Afobe saw the Premier League side put to the sword at stadium:mk.

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"I'm a little bit shocked to be walking off and seeing the scoreline," Robinson told Sky Sports 1. "It's ridiculous, it's something that dreams are made of for these players. We work hard here and you've seen a youthful energy in the team."

The United team was largely changed and missing many of its stars but Robinson was eager for his players to get due credit.

"They've got the superstars in the side and they're the ones that are in the public eye on a daily basis, an hourly basis to an extent, we're not," he added. "So it's always easy to pick negatives in people than push the positives on the other people.

"I think my players deserve an awful lot of credit tonight. The football club does and Milton Keynes does. This is a game for Milton Keynes as a city."

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