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2017/18 English League One, Regular Season
  • Ike Ugbo (21')
  • Matthew Clarke (84')
  • Conor Chaplin (90'+3')

Portsmouth beat MK Dons thanks to Conor Chaplin's last gasp winner

Matt Clarke and Connor Chaplin scored in the dying moments as Portsmouth came from behind to beat MK Dons 2-1 and end a five-match winless league run at Stadium MK.
Milton Keynes took a deserved lead midway through the first half after Josh Tymon's left-footed cross into the six-yard box was met by the onrushing Keiran Agard, whose effort was superbly saved by Pompey keeper Luke McGee.
The ball fell invitingly into the path of Ike Ugbo, who made no mistake, smashing home into an empty net to record his first Dons since his January loan move from Chelsea.
Portsmouth rallied late on and were rewarded with an equaliser five minutes from time when Dion Donohue's corner was met perfectly by Clarke inside the six-yard box, the Pompey man placing an emphatic header passed keeper Lee Nicholls.
And the visitors' Chaplin stunned Stadium MK in the dying seconds with a winner that appeared to come from nowhere after Donohue's pass was deflected into the forward's path, Chaplin poking home the snatch all three points from under the Dons' nose.

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