The Football League Paper - - LEAGUE TWO -

WIM­BLE­DON got their just re­ward for doggedly stick­ing to their prob­ing of ten-man Ori­ent.

De­spite the Ori­ent mid­field try­ing to con­tain the visi­tors, the ex­tra man fi­nally told as the home side were over­run by Wim­ble­don. To be­gin with, it ap­peared as though Ori­ent’s mid­field di­a­mond, mixed with clin­i­cal fin­ish­ing from Jay Simp­son, would see off the Dons. But when Neal Ard­ley threw on an ex­tra at­tacker in Ade­bayo Azeez, it seemed as though a goal was cer­tain and so it proved. Af­ter the dis­ap­point­ment of de­feat on Tues­day, Wim­ble­don de­serve credit for re­main­ing pos­i­tive and tak­ing ad­van­tage of the ex­tra man.

As for Ori­ent, Ian Hen­don would per­haps have ex­pected a win but was left happy to sal­vage a point.

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