Sunderland AFC strolled past AFC Wimbledon with a 1-0 win on Saturday at Stadium of Light. Sunderland AFC were hoping to get something from this game after losing 1-0 to Burton Albion in their last match. AFC Wimbledon, on the other hand, secured a point against Gillingham FC in their previous match. As the table looks today, Sunderland AFC are in 5th place on the table and has 9 points while AFC Wimbledon sit in 14th with 5 points after 4 matches.
Following a goalless first half, Sunderland AFC applied pressure in the second and were rewarded, thanks to Carl Winchester giving Sunderland AFC the lead at the 64 minute mark and seeing the game end 1-0.
Both teams used all available substitutes. For Sunderland AFC, Dennis Cirkin, Nathan Broadhead and Bailey Wright, came on for Alex Pritchard, Aiden McGeady and Elliot Embleton, AFC Wimbledon brought on Jack Rudoni, Aaron Pressley and Dapo Mebude to replace Ethan Chislett, Luke McCormick and Ayoub Assal.
There were bookings for Lynden Gooch, Tom Flanagan and Luke O’Nien from Sunderland AFC, and Ayoub Assal, for AFC Wimbledon.
Sunderland AFC will play at home against Wycombe Wanderers, while AFC Wimbledon will face Ipswich Town away.
|Sunderland AFC:||Lynden Gooch, Tom Flanagan, Carl Winchester, Alex Pritchard (Dennis Cirkin, min.72), Aiden McGeady (Nathan Broadhead, min.72), Elliot Embleton (Bailey Wright, min.83) and Luke O’Nien|
|AFC Wimbledon:||Ethan Chislett (Jack Rudoni, min.61), Ayoub Assal (Dapo Mebude, min.78) and Luke McCormick (Aaron Pressley, min.70)|
|Stadium:||Stadium of Light|
|Goals:||Carl Winchester (1-0, min. 64)|