Morecambe 0-4 MK Dons: Get the latest live from the League One clash

MK Dons make the long trip to the Mazuma Stadium this afternoon to take on Morecambe.

Saturday, 27th November 2021, 5:02 pm

MK Dons take on Morecambe this afternoon

Get the latest from the game below.

Morecambe 0-4 MK Dons

Last updated: Saturday, 27 November, 2021, 17:02

Read the report after the whistle

89 mins: Parrott to replace O’Riley

After netting his brace, Matt O’Riley has just taken a hit to his knee and after some treatment he’s struggled on but he’s making his way off now. Troy Parrott will replace him.

GOAL 81 mins: A fourth for Dons!

It’s a second for O’Riley! Twine breaks down the left, waits for O’Riley to arrive before rolling it calmly to him on the edge of the box, and his left-footed effort sails past Andresson for Dons’ fourth!

80 mins: Cruising into the finish?

Not quite for MK Dons, it’s 3-0 but Morecambe aren’t letting them get off easily in these last 10 minutes. Fisher has been busy, keeping out Ayunga from the edge of the box.

GOAL 65 mins: Dons surely wrap it up

They’ve barely had an attack in this half until this point, but after Twine leads the counter-attack and wins the corner, his ball in is met by Harry Darling who powers home his fourth goal of the season to make it 3-0!

64 mins: Dons make change

Hiram Boateng comes on for Ethan Robson.

58 mins: Fisher rescues Dons

The goalkeeper hasn’t had much to do this afternoon for MK Dons but Andrew Fisher has made two excellent saves in quick succession to deny Morecambe - first from substitute Arthur Gnahoua, and then from Alfie McCalmont.

Dons haven’t really come out for this second half as yet.

Back underway here, MK Dons 2-0 up.

Two changes for Morecambe at the break - Gibson and Gnahoua, for McLaughlin and Duffus

HALF TIME: Morecambe 0-2 MK Dons

Not the best half, performance-wise, but plenty good enough to be 2-0 to the good. Eisa and O’Riley with the goals and after a shaky opening five minutes, Dons have been in total command.

45 mins: Twine comes close

Twine wants a goal here, should have given it to O’Riley as he broke down the byline, going for goal himself, denied by Andresson.

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