MK Dons - Where it all went wrong: Pt4

After MK Dons' relegation from the Championship on Saturday, the Citizen looks back at key dates and reasons behind their return to League 1.

Monday, 25th April 2016, 6:00 am
Leeds players celebrate Antony Kay's own goal. YPN-160201-182340049

Part 4: January 2, 2016 - Leeds 1-1 MK Dons

Antony Kay will not look back fondly on his trip to Elland Road this season.

Read the match report: Leeds 1-1 MK DonsWith Dons clinging on to a narrow 1-0 lead in the latter stages against Leeds, thanks to Rob Hall’s first half opener, Kay’s misjudged header beat keeper David Martin three minutes from time to wrench two points away.

The return to fitness of Joe Walsh could not have come at a worse time for Kay, who was dropped to the bench in favour of the Welshman before a return to the starting line-up in March.

It sparked something of a glut of late goals which cost Dons points up and down the country. Leads were squandered against both Middlesbrough and Huddersfield in stoppage time, and Blackburn scored a late free kick to win 3-2 at Ewood Park.