Leyton Orient 0-0 MK Dons: Get the latest from the Papa John’s Trophy

A spot in the next round of the Papa John’s Trophy is on offer for the winners tonight as MK Dons take on Leyton Orient

By The Newsroom
Tuesday, 30th November 2021, 9:02 pm
<p>MK Dons take on League Two side Leyton Orient this evening in the Papa John’s Trophy </p>

MK Dons take on League Two side Leyton Orient this evening in the Papa John’s Trophy

Get the latest from the game.

Leyton Orient vs MK Dons: LIVE from the Breyer Group Stadium

Last updated: Tuesday, 30 November, 2021, 21:02

FULL TIME: Orient 0-0 MK Dons

Stoppage time was the liveliest the game has been. One off the line by Martin, Boateng bobbled onto the bar before Parrott sent off.

Penalties it is.

MK Dons have been reduced to 10 men after Troy Parrott appears to have gone head-to-head with Theo Archibald.

90 mins: Dons hit the bar!

Not sure anyone knew anything about that but Boateng’s effort is deflected goalwards and Byrne tips it onto the bar

77 mins: Dons make a second change

Charlie Brown’s fruitless night comes to an end, Mo Eisa comes on for him.

Tough evening for Brown, barely had a sniff all night.

62 mins: Brown heads just over

Much better from MK Dons. Ilunga skips down the touchline, his cross is for Brown but the header is just over the top.

57 mins: Dons make a change

Josh Martin makes an appearance, he replaces Josh McEachran.

57 mins: Dons make a change

Josh Martin makes an appearance, he replaces Josh McEachran.

55 mins: A lively start to the half

Both sides already look more energetic and lively than they did in the first. Troy Parrott and Brooklyn Ilunga have both been involved in a cross from the Irishman, while Archibald has pinged one high and wide for the hosts after a good punch from Ravizzoli to clear an Orient corner

Orient restart the game, must be a more exciting half of football, right?!

HALF TIME: Leyton Orient 0-0 MK Dons

That was a tough watch. Dons at times took patient passing to the extreme, trying to pass their opponents to sleep it would seem.

Not many chances at either end, but Ravizzoli tipping Ruel Sotiriou’s effort onto the crossbar on 22 minutes was the only real moment of excitement.

Brown and Parrott have looked decent when the ball has been near them, but it hasn’t been near them enough.

Surely it has to get better in the second half.

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