MK Dons player ratings in the 2-2 draw with Scunthorpe on Saturday
Lee Nicholls - 6 - Barely had a save to make, but twice picked the ball out his net.
Scott Golbourne - 6 - Provided a solid outlet in the attacking third, but certainly felt he was fouled in build-up to the second Scunthorpe goal. Hobbled off in the second half.
Joe Walsh - 7 - Barely a peep was heard from the Scunthorpe front line for large periods thanks to the no-nonsense Walsh.
Ethan Ebanks-Landell - 7 - Solid as a rock, but could easily have been sent off for a second yellow as Dons sought a late winner.
George Williams - 7 - Like Golbourne, was an extra option going forwards as Scunthorpe's wingers were trapped deep.
Ed Upson - 7 - Everything went through him.
Conor McGrandles - 7 - His strongest performance in a Dons shirt so far, earning high praise from his manager.
Peter Pawlett - 7 - Formed part of an attack quartet which didn't let Scunthorpe's defence rest throughout.
Kieran Agard - 8 - Made something happen every time he was on the ball. Could have had a hat-trick, but for a penalty which wasn't given and a wonder-block.
Chuks Aneke - 7 - Brought people into play, unselfish and powerful. Deserved his goal too.
Osman Sow - 7 - The key man in the first half, but had to score a straight-forward one-on-one in the first half. Ran the channels well.
Scott Wootton - 6 - Wasn't really called upon, despite playing for more than 30 minutes, after replacing injured Golbourne.
Gboly Ariyibi - 7 - Thought for certain he'd won his side a penalty only for a stunning refereeing decision to deny him. Looked lively.