Lyle Taylor’s double gave AFC Wimbledon victory over Wycombe Wanderers at Adams Park on Saturday afternoon.
The confident Dons striker bagged a brace for Neal Ardley’s side in Buckinghamshire to keep the visitors’ hopes of reaching the play-offs alive.
Gareth Ainsworth’s Wycombe fell below the standards that had seen them notch up four straight home victories prior to the visit of his old pal Ardley.
Michael Harriman’s goal got them back on level terms for just eight minutes in a match that Wimbledon dominated thanks to Tom Elliott’s aerial power.
“We are delighted and it is a great win, but that is all it is, one win and now we must focus on another tough one at Plymouth next week,” Ardley said after the game.
“I thought we were so much better than them today. They have had one shot through legs and a couple of goalmouth scrambles but that was about it.”
Chairboys boss Ainsworth added: “We were not good enough in the first half and I had to lose my rag with them a little bit and get them on it in the second half.
“The best team won. AFC Wimbledon created more chances and worked really hard. Neal Ardley told me they prepared harder for us than any other game.”
Video: Watch highlights from the eventful game at Adams Park...