ROBINS EDGE IT IN ATTACKING PROWESS
A hugely enjoyable game between two attacking sides with undoubted promotion potential that did immense credit to League One.
City had two tireless front-runners in Wilbraham and Agard, who constantly denied the Dons back-line time on the ball.
The visitors protested the penalty decision, but at best McFadzean was ill-advised in getting so close to the back of Agard, giving referee Oliver Langford an easy decision to make when the striker went down.
MK Dons had chances to score in the first half, even though Flint was a dominant presence at the heart of the home defence.
The Dons will feel they played well enough to merit at least a point from the game, but City had a streetwise element and are looking strong in all departments.
On this evidence it will be a surprise if either club fails to sustain a strong challenge for Championship football next season.