Cheltenham Town 1-0 AFC Wimbledon
AFC Wimbledon suffered late heartbreak at Whaddon Road as Jamie Cureton came off the bench to snatch three points for Cheltenham Town.
The Dons looked to have done enough to secure a hard-fought point but Cureton took advantage of tired legs to steal home for an injury-time winner.
Neal Ardley didn't tinker with the side that breezed past Burton Albion at Kingsmeadow last weekend.
Chris Arthur and George Porter put in classy performances after coming on at half-time against the Brewers but had to settle for the bench again.
It was a tight opening 10 minutes in Cheltenham but the Dons always looked a threat on the break and Luke Moore saw an early header blocked from Michael Smith's excellent cross.
Wimbledon had a penalty appeal waved away on 20 minutes when Jack Midson's cross appeared to hit the arm of Robins right-back Keith Lowe.
George Francomb then burst into the box, wriggling free from two defenders, before unleashing a venomous effort that grazed the top of Scott Brown's crossbar.
At the other end, Wimbledon old-boy Byron Harrison should have hit the target after rising above Andy Frampton to connect with a David Noble corner in front of the home fans.
Harrison was in again just before half-time, turning Frampton inside-out on the edge of the penalty area before dragging his shot wide of Ross Worner's right-hand post.
Cheltenham almost opened the scoring straight after the restart when Jermaine McGlashan danced through the box and forced a decent low save from Worner.
Wimbledon were a little flat in the second period and Ardley threw on last weekend's match-winning duo, Porter and Arthur, on the hour to try and inject a bit of life into the side.
Fuller came closest to finding the net with an indirect free-kick that he flashed wide from 8-yards out after Town had been penalised for a back-pass.
The Dons panicked when referee Darren Drysdale pointed to the spot for a push in the penalty area.
But he changed his mind and reversed the decision, leaving Cheltenham to vent their fury at the officials.
They were smiling at the final whistle though as super-sub Cureton latched onto a long ball and lobbed calmly over Worner to snatch victory.
DONS: Worner, Fuller, Kennedy (Fenlon, 78), Frampton, Bennett, Francomb (Porter, 63), S Moore, Smith, L Moore, Pell, Midson (Arthur, 63).
Subs (not used): Brown, Sweeney, Weston, Fayers.
Att: 3,022 (519 away)