PICTURES: AFC Wimbledon bounce back to beat Burton Albion 3-1 at Kingsmeadow
AFC Wimbledon remain unbeaten at home in League Two after coming from a goal behind to beat 10-man Burton Albion 3-1 on Saturday.
The three points, the fourth maximum haul from the Cherry Red Records stadium, lifted Neal Ardley’s men to third in the table.
Burton had held a 1-0 advantage at the break despite the dismissal of midfielder Marcus Holness after he raised his hands in a coming together with Sammy Moore.
However, after the interval, goals from Michael Smith, Jack Midson and Peter Frampton overturned Adam McGurk’s opener for the Brewers.
Ardley said: “We talked to the boys in pre-season about our home pitch, and building up that momentum at home, and so far that's going really, really well.
"I'm pleased with the character they showed in the second half and we gave them a gameplan to go out and execute, and they did it really well."
Albion boss Gary Rowett said: “I can’t condone in any way, shape or form Marcus’ actions again.
“I have to be honest – I’m absolutely furious that once again we’ve given ourselves an absolute mountain to climb with a moment of stupidity.”
The Dons go to struggling Cheltenham this weekend.
Jack Midson scored Wimbledon's second
The Dons remain unbeaten at home this season.
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