ANOTHER WIN FOR RAMS ON THE ROAD
Frustrated frontman Bent is supersub
DERBY County boss Paul Clement was beaming from ear-to-ear after veteran striker Darren Bent came off the bench to help steal three points at struggling MK Dons.
Bent, who came into the game as an 80th-minute substitute, tapped home Andreas Weimann’s cut-back a minute from time to seal the Rams’ thirdstraight win on the road with his first goal of the season.
Dons midfielder Josh Murphy had levelled for the hosts mid-way through the second half after Bradley Johnson netted his first goal since his record move from Norwich on deadline day.
Tom Ince made sure of the victory six minutes into added time to condemn the Dons to a sixth defeat on the spin in all competitions.
“It’s good that Darren’s got a goal,” said Clement.“I know he’s been frustrated because he’s not been playing as much as he would like, and to come on and get the winning goal in the 89th minute is very nice for him.
“All of us really wanted to win this game to keep our good run going, it’s hard to win any game in this league but we’ve now won the last three games away from home – and that’s not easy.
“If we can go and get a positive result now against Brentford at home, which I know our home fans are des-
RAM RAID: Darren Bent, left, celebrates Derby’s late second goal roared on by Bradley Johnson