Gillingham 1-4 MK Dons: Get the latest from the League One match

MK Dons head to Priestfield to take on Gillingham.

Saturday, 18th September 2021, 5:07 pm

Gillingham vs MK Dons: Dons are in action at Priestfield this afternoon

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FULL TIME: Gillingham 1-4 MK Dons

Last updated: Saturday, 18 September, 2021, 17:07

48 mins: Parrott should score

Parrott should do better, terrific ball over the top to him from Lewington. Great to bring it down with his chest but his shot hits the wrong side of the net. MK Dons have started this half really well and look intent on getting a third to put this one to bed early.

Dons restart the game, leading 2-1 against the ten men of Gillingham

Half time: Gillingham 1-2 MK Dons

It threatened to be ‘one of those games at Gillingham’ but O’Keefe’s two needless bookings have thrown his side into turmoil, and opened the game up to Dons’ strengths. Twine and Kioso with the goals as they go in deservedly ahead.

GOAL! 38 mins: Dons make it count!

Corrrrr what a finish from Peter Kioso, rounding off a terrific move and the pass in from Matt O’Riley was pinpoint perfect for the Luton Town loanee before he LASHES is home to give Dons the lead!

36 mins: A change for the hosts

Ben Reeves comes on for Charlie Kelman to shore things up in the absence of O’Keefe.

Dons looking the better side now, with their man advantage. Could really do with another goal to make that advantage count.

GOAL 27 mins: Twine scores!

It was a great save from Cumming, it hit him right in the unmentionables and falls back to Twine who smashes in the rebound to equalise for Dons!

Twine is downed by O’Keefe in the box, it’s his second yellow so he’s off! And a penalty to MK Dons!

GOAL 20 mins: Gillingham take the lead

MacDonald had two bites of the cherry to get his cross in and the second is deep to the back post where Oliver Oliver was left completely unmarked, neither Harvie nor Lewington picking him up, and the striker heads past Fisher.

13 mins: A good start from MK

The visitors have settled nicely into this one. After a chance conceded early in the game, they’ve been causing the more troubles. Parrott’s chance is probably the best of the half so far, but they’ve come close again, with Kioso’s cross just being cut out before a Matt O’Riley free-kick fizzed across the face of goal.

8 mins: Great chance for Dons

Parrott draws a save from Cumming but Twine had a better chance had the Tottenham man not nipped in front to collect Kioso’s cross.

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