Here’s our scores out of 10 for Neal Ardley’s men after the 1-1 draw at the death with Coventry.
James Shea 6: One good save and no chance with the goal.
George Francomb 6: An able deputy for the injured Fuller at full-back, but his set piece delivery left something to be desired.
Paul Robinson 7: Solid as ever defensively and came up with the leveller.
Chris Robertson 6: Showed some good aerial prowess.
Sean Kelly 5: Undone by Jodi Jones for the goal.
Tom Soares 6: A decent half-volleyed shot and plenty of perspiration.
Dannie Bulman 5: A quiet first half and did not appear after the interval.
Jake Reeves 7: Did his best to drive Dons forward.
Dominic Poleon 6: A few flashes of inspiration, but his substitution in the wake of going behind spoke volumes.
Lyle Taylor 5: A brooding, frustrated figure who missed a big chance before being hauled off in the wake of Coventry’s opener.
Andy Barcham 6: Like Poleon a few good bursts and created the danger for the late leveller.
David Fitzpatrick (on for Bulman 45) 6: Plenty of energy in a rare first team appearance.
George Oakley (on for Taylor 71) 5: Lent physical presence, but little other impact
Tyrone Barnett (on for Poleon 71): 5 Little impact from the big man
And the match...
It was a case of Déjà vu for AFC Wimbledon as a second stoppage-time leveller in four days saved a point against bottom club Coventry.
Veteran Paul Robinson lashed home from 12 yards after Andy Barcham’s cross from the left wasn’t properly cleared.
The goal will cover some of a multitude of sins from the Dons, and having been robbed of victory by an offside goal in stoppage time in the reverse fixture there was some justice the late drama.
As on Saturday against Charlton, Dons started slowly and it needed a mart save from James Shea to deny George Thomas after he had raced clear with 18 minutes on the clock.
Neal Ardley’s men improved though and created a chance of their own, Tom Soares’ half volley from the edge produced a smart parry from Sky Blues’ keeper Lee Burge.
Lyle Taylor’s header missed from close range on the hour only served to add to his and Dons’ rising levels of frustration and they cranked up another notch when substitute Jodi Jones cut in from the right on 71 minutes to curl a shot into the far corner and put Coventry in front.
Ardley threw on George Oakley and Tyrone Barnett, but looked unlikely to score until Captain Marvel’s late intervention.
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