AFC Wimbledon came away with a 3-1 win against Rochdale in League One on Tuesday night.
Get West London were at Kingsmeadow to cast their eye on how the Dons players did.
Here are our player ratings, below.
James Shea - Looked like he was going to be busy early on. No real saves to make, kept it simple. Was a spectator in the second half until Rochdale's goal back, which he would have been annoyed with. 6
George Francomb - A quiet first half but grew into the game in the second period, getting forward well. 6
Sean Kelly - Got the ball rolling in the second period with the opening goal with a good header. Kept things simple at the back. 7
Paul Robinson - Got through the first half without too much bother and read the game well, putting his foot in when needed. 7
Darius Charles - Got the ball in his own half and ventured forward all the way to the edge of the box to draw a foul, which was Keith Keane's second bookable offence. Got up for a few clearances, too. 7
Tom Soares - Was presented with a decent chance in the first half unmarked but scuffed it. Powered through the game but nothing outstanding. 6
Jake Reeves - Looked to get on the ball and full of energy early on. Faded in the second period. 6
Dean Parrett - Always aware and looking for the right pass. A good, low penalty for the Dons' third of the night. 7
Lyle Taylor - Did well to beat the offside and have a effort saved in the first half. It was a fantastic finish for the second goal before he was taken off. 7
Tom Elliot - No chances in the first half but got up well for some headers. Blasted wide with the goal in front of him in the second half but he was substituted. 5
Andy Barcham - Lively early on and got better as the game went on. Storming run to win the penalty for the third goal before he was taken off. 7
Tyrone Barnett - Not much impact, played up front on his own. 4
David Fitzpatrick - Nothing really to say. 4
Dom Poleon - Went out to the left but no real impact. 4