Milton Keynes Dons 2 – Charlton Athletic 1- Visitors leave Stadium Mk with nothing

Milton Keynes Dons snatched all three points from Charlton Athletic in a 2-1 victory on Tuesday, at Stadium Mk. Both teams arrived at the challenge after previous wins. Milton Keynes Dons were looking to continue their run after winning last match. Charlton Athletic, on the other hand, were looking to extend their winning run after a 2-0 victory against Crewe Alexandra. As things stand, Milton Keynes Dons and Charlton Athletic currently occupy 11th and 19th spots in the league, with 8 points and 4 points respectively after 3 matches.

Charlton Athletic started the game well, thanks to Jayden Stockley finding the net in the 15th minute. However, their celebrations were kept brief, as Troy Parrott equalised for Milton Keynes Dons, 18 minutes in. The score at half time was 1-1.

Milton Keynes Dons rallied after this and were rewarded, with a goal from Mo Eisa, 64 minutes in. The final result, Milton Keynes Dons 2, Charlton Athletic 1.

Both coaches used all available substitutions. For Milton Keynes Dons, Dean Lewington, Tennai Watson and Hiram Boateng, came on for Daniel Harvie, Aden Baldwin and Scott Twine, Charlton Athletic brought on Deji Elerewe, Charlie Kirk and Ben Watson to replace Ryan Inniss, Conor Washington and George Dobson.

There were bookings for Dean Lewington and Warren O’Hora from Milton Keynes Dons. For Charlton Athletic, Ryan Inniss and Albie Morgan saw yellow.

Next up, Milton Keynes Dons are away to Cheltenham Town, whilst Charlton Athletic will travel to face Gillingham FC.

Technical card:
Milton Keynes Dons: Troy Parrott, Daniel Harvie (Dean Lewington, min.46), Aden Baldwin (Tennai Watson, min.62), Mo Eisa, Scott Twine (Hiram Boateng, min.90) and Warren O’Hora
Charlton Athletic: Jayden Stockley, Ryan Inniss (Deji Elerewe, min.46), Conor Washington (Charlie Kirk, min.56), Albie Morgan and George Dobson (Ben Watson, min.76)
Stadium: Stadium Mk
Goals: Jayden Stockley (0-1, min. 15), Troy Parrott (1-1, min. 18) and Mo Eisa (2-1, min. 64)