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Ten-man Dons are on a roll

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MK Dons' 10 men pinched a 2-0 win over Crawley after striker Izale McLeod had missed a penalty against his former club.

Dele Alli opened the scoring for the home side, fresh from upsetting Manchester United on Tuesday, before David Martin saved McLeod's spot kick, while Benik Afobe finished the job late on.

Daniel Powell hit the post early on before inadvertently setting up the opener after a quarter of an hour, Brian Jensen palming away the 23-year-old's effort only for teenager Alli to curl home...

 Posted by ESPN Staff
5 days ago

Robinson in shock as MK Dons stun United

MK Dons manager Karl Robinson admitted he was in shock as his side beat Manchester United 4-0 in the League Cup.

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5 days ago

Van Gaal blames loss on injuries and errors

Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal blamed injuries, errors by his team, and bad luck for his side's 4-0 League Cup humiliation at the hands of third-tier MK Dons.

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5 days ago

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 s...

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Cup humiliation adds to United malaise

Blame for yet another Man United low point must go to Louis van Gaal's tactics.

MK Dons 4, Manchester United 0.

Karl Robinson's League One team produced one of the finest performances in their history, while Louis van Gaal's men limped to a defeat that was both humiliating and utterly poignant in its symbolism. Two goals each from Benik Afobe and Will Grigg, one of them steered home superbly via his chest, sent Manchester United out of the Capital One Cup at their first attempt, a tournament in which they had reached the semifinal last season.

Though the team selected ...