dmg media (UK)



ACCRINGTON 0 MK DONS 1 MARK JACKSON knows it’s not job done for MK Dons, despite moving out of the relegation places. The deciding goal came after eight minutes when a one-two between Conor Grant and Sullay Kaikai ended with Kaikai beating two players and squeezing the ball home. Jackson said: ‘It’s just a stepping stone, it’s not job done and we have to focus.’ BRISTOL ROVERS 0 PORTSMOUTH 2 JOEY BARTON revealed he was booked at half-time for protesting to the ref during Bristol Rovers’ loss. Colby Bishop’s brace, one a penalty, did the damage, with Jarell Quansah sent off for the hosts. Barton said: ‘The big calls they got wrong and we suffer.’ CAMBRIDGE 1 CHARLTON 2 DEAN HOLDEN was pleased to see his Charlton side secure successive wins. Miles Leaburn and Jesurun Rak-Sakyi scored in the first half for the visitors, before Lloyd Jones set up a nervy finish. ‘The run we’ve been on coming into this, we have struggled for points, so it’s pleasing for that reason,’ said Holden. CHELTENHAM 3 EXETER 1 SECOND-HALF goals from Caleb Taylor and Alfie May sealed it for Cheltenham. Sam Nombe missed a first-half penalty for Exeter, before Aidan Keena’s opener for the hosts. Josh Key struck in the 69th minute for Exeter, before the hosts completed the turnaround. DERBY 0 FLEETWOOD 2 DERBY head coach Paul Warne admitted he was ‘embarrassed’ after his team were beaten by Fleetwood. Jayden Stockley’s 25-yard volley came off the bar, and went in off the back of goalkeeper Joe Wildsmith, before Carlos Mendes Gomes beat two defenders and fired in to seal it. IPSWICH 2 SHREWSBURY 0 KIERAN McKENNA was delighted with Ipswich’s performance. George Hirst and Massimo Luongo scored, with McKenna saying: ‘It was a good display against a difficult team.’ LINCOLN 0 PETERBOROUGH 3 PETERBOROUGH inflicted Lincoln’s first home league defeat this season. The visitors scored through Jonson Clarke-Harris, Jack Taylor and Joe Ward and boss Darren Ferguson said: ‘To come here and do that to them is a big, deserved win for us.’ MORECAMBE 1 OXFORD 1 LIAM MANNING said he would take the positives from Oxford’s draw. The visiting Marcus Browne netted first, before Ash Hunter’s late leveller. Manning said: ‘There were good things to build on.’ PLYMOUTH 2 FOREST GREEN 0 STEVEN SCHUMACHER was left delighted with Plymouth as they scored at ‘perfect times’ yesterday. James Bolton headed the hosts ahead from an eighth-minute Jordan Houghton corner, before Bali Mumba netted just after the half-time break. PORT VALE 2 BURTON 3 TWO goals from Dale Taylor helped Burton come from behind. Ellis Harrison struck early on for the hosts, before Taylor’s double and Jonny Smith’s penalty. Jamie Proctor got a consolation in reply. WYCOMBE 0 BARNSLEY 1 MICHAEL DUFF admitted that Barnsley had fortune on their side. They had to withstand pressure in the first half, before sneaking it after Slobodan Tedic’s header with five minutes left. He said: ‘We weren’t at our best, it was a scrappy game.’