November 13, 2012
Dons win sets up mouth-watering tie
|Milton Keynes Dons||Cambridge City|
|1 David Martin||1 Zac Barrett|
|24 Antony Kay||4 David Theobald|
|4 Mathias Doumbe||5 Lee Chaffey|
|3 Dean Lewington||3 James Brighton|
|6 Steven Williams||2 Tom Pepper|
|7 Stephen Gleeson||10 Mitchell Bryant|
|23 James O'Shea||7 Luke Allen|
|21 Dele Ali||6 Adie Cambridge|
|14 Ryan Lowe||8 David Prada|
|10 Charlie MacDonald||9 Craig Hammond|
|9 Dean Bowditch||19 Adam Marriott|
|16 Ian McLoughlin||Enol Ordonez 20|
|12 Adam Chicksen||Robbie Nightingale 14|
|11 Alan Smith||Joey Abbs 11|
|22 Brendon Galloway||Jonathan Stynes 17|
|27 Mason Spence||Neil Midgley 12|
|31 Georgio Rasulo||Christian Lester 15|
|Adam Chicksen for Dean Bowditch (61)||Joey Abbs for Luke Allen (69)|
|Georgio Rasulo for Ryan Lowe (67)||Christian Lester for David Prada (69)|
|Brendon Galloway for Dele Ali (79)||Robbie Nightingale for Adie Cambridge (63)|
|· Squads: Milton Keynes Dons | Cambridge City|
MK Dons booked an FA Cup second-round grudge match with AFC Wimbledon after hitting non-league Cambridge City for six in their replay.
Two goals from Shaun Williams combined with efforts from James O'Shea, Dean Bowditch, Dele Ali and Adam Chicksen to set up a first-ever clash with the Dons' London namesakes at stadium:mk; Dave Theobald netted City's consolation.
The Dons controlled the first half, and Williams scored a brilliant goal to break the deadlock after 12 minutes, lobbing keeper Zac Barrett with a dipping left-foot drive from 40 yards.
Ryan Lowe had a shot cleared off the line by Lee Chaffey and O'Shea hit the crossbar before doubling the lead two minutes prior to the break, jinking into the box to curl the ball past Barrett.
Bowditch then made it 3-0 on the stroke of half-time, firing home from a tight angle after Barrett had parried Lowe's fierce shot.
Theobald nodded in Luke Allen's cross from close range on the hour mark to give Cambridge hope but Williams' penalty, Ali's 25-yard screamer and substitute Chicksen's solo goal sealed the rout.