AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Cambridge Utd: Match Report


Cambridge hit back to beat Dons
Leon Legge and Barry Corr both struck moments after half-time to hand Cambridge United a 2-1 come-from-behind victory at AFC Wimbledon.
Tom Elliott had a headed goal flagged offside, while Andy Barcham was a constant threat – testing Chris Dunn on more than one occasion – as the Dons started on top.
And after 12 minutes they found a breakthrough as Jake Reeves' drive found its way to Elliott and the former U's striker smashed home off the crossbar.
Cambridge manager Richard Money made a tactical switch by bringing on Josh Coulson for Harrison Dunk on the half-hour mark but Wimbledon maintained control and saw an Elliott shot cleared off the line.
However, the visitors regrouped at the break and almost immediately after the restart Legge headed home from a Ryan Donaldson corner.
And two minutes later, Corr fired home a volley – this time off a Dunk corner – to complete the turnaround.
Cambridge remained in the ascendancy, although Adebayo Azeez missed a chance to head an equaliser for the Dons from close range late on.

Source: PA

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